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Today is not the day to sit back and do nothing.

Today is not a day for apathy or indifference.

It's about being heard, taking a stand, sending a signal, exercising your right (and left...even your far right or left if you're so inclined.)

Today matters.

Bigtime.

Today might change everything.

And even if nothing major changes, there are plenty of small changes that will add up.

Do it (vote) even if you think otherwise.

This post isn't about a particular party or platform, it's about being heard.

Because, if you don't want to be heard today on a day that really, REALLY matters, you lose the right to complain tomorrow and the day after.

 

Be heard. And bring your kids if you have them (so you can show them how important today is.)

 

And when you're finished, treat yourself to some nutella, bacon and/or whatever else makes you smile.

 

Stay inspired. And be heard

A citizen of America will cross the ocean to fight for democracy, but won't cross the street to vote in a national election. ~Bill Vaughan

 

I waited over 5 hours to vote four years ago and willing to do it again.

It's going to be neck-and-neck. To all my US friends - Get out there and vote people!

 

Looking southwest over downtown Denver and up the 16th Street Mall...

 

I VOTED (Elvert Barnes Self-portrait) at home in Hyattsville, Maryland on Tuesday morning, 6 November 2012 by Elvert Barnes Photography

Election Day 2012, November 6, 2012. Photo by www.jeffreyguterman.com.

Referendum 74 State of Washington Election Day November 6, 2012

Same-sex marriage rights were also approved by the voters in Maine and Maryland, the two other states who voted on this issue. And in Wisconsin, Tammy Baldwin was elected as the first openly gay-lesbian member of the U.S. Senate. A new era of civil rights has begun in the United States, as it is accepted that all people are created equal, and merit equal rights, protected by law.

On November 6-7th, 2012, President Obama was voted into office for a 2nd term.

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Rockefeller Center on Election Night: November 6, 2012.

trying to be as informed as i can for when i walk into that voting booth ...

On November 6-7th, 2012, President Obama was voted into office for a 2nd term.

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Athens, GA (Clarke County) Copyright 2012 D. Nelson

Election Day 2012, November 6, 2012. Photo by www.jeffreyguterman.com.

Rockefeller Center on Election Night.

 

Project 365, #180 - November 6, 2012

Awaiting the tallies from NBC and CNN. On November 6-7th, 2012, President Obama was voted into office for a 2nd term.

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"FOUR MORE YEARS!" On November 6-7th, 2012, President Obama was voted into office for a 2nd term.

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Munsley is an American and an Australian Citizen!:)

I VOTED (Elvert Barnes Self-portrait) at home in Hyattsville, Maryland on Tuesday morning, 6 November 2012 by Elvert Barnes Photography

Rockefeller Center on Election Night: November 6, 2012.

On November 6-7th, 2012, President Obama was voted into office for a 2nd term.

For inquiries about use email jordana_hall(at)corcoran.edu

Election Night 2012

1st Derbyshire Sunrise

My husband and I plan on voting tomorrow and we'll be watching closely tomorrow evening as the results come in. Many people have voted early or used an absentee ballot but we do it the old-fashioned way and go to the polls. Either way, I hope all Americans will make their voice heard in this important election and may God bless America !

Prairie Village, Kansas

Election Day, 2012 -- Long Island CIty, NY

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