Some have already cast our votes through early voting, but most Americans are getting ready to go to the polls.
Your vote is the most important, critical and precious gift you can give anyone running for office. Your vote is your voice, your conscience speaking, and always should reflect your personal principles.
It saddens me greatly every time the old wasted-vote myth is used against candidates with actual solutions outside the major two parties.
Your vote doesn’t belong to anyone else but you, it cannot be taken by any politician unless you cast it for them, and it cannot be wasted unless you choose to vote for a candidate to appease the herd. The theory behind this is that we must vote for the lesser of two evils to ensure a monster opponent doesn’t get it.
I am of the opinion that to vote for the lesser of two evils is still a ballot cast for evil itself, and I am sure my fellow Americans across the nation can smell the sulfur as our economy and our personal liberties go up in flames.
I will proudly cast my vote for former two-term governor of New Mexico and Libertarian Party presidential nominee Gary Johnson. In my firm opinion, Johnson gets it. His steadfast principles reflect what most Americans believe on what needs to be done going forward to face the troubling times, and how to bring about national renewal.