It’s easy to ignore odd year elections and who’s on the ballot. But civic duty leads us to the polls on that second Tuesday each November to cast our ballots. Perhaps there’s a city council person we’re supporting, or an interest in the local school board race that brings us out. We get in the booth and realize we did not do any research on the judicial candidates. Many of us instinctively vote for the woman listed instead of another white man.
I can admit that I’m guilty of not always doing my due diligence. Not knowing if that woman I just cast a ballot for truly reflects the values I hold, or supports the same policies I do.
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