Why I Voted Early

I voted early because I hate long lines.

I voted early because I am educated, do my own research, and do not depend on the media for unbiased political opinions.

I voted early because too many of my ancestors fought, protested, and were humiliated so that I could make my voice heard.

I voted early because I do not need to watch prefabricated debates full of half-truths and talking points to come to a decision.

I voted early because no one is going to tell me that my vote doesn’t count, regardless of who I vote for.

I voted early because I’ve known for a while who I am not going to vote for.

I voted early because at the end of the day, I live in the United States, but I serve a King whose kingdom will never end and He is more than able to accomplish His will regardless of what happens in the American political system.

Also, I hate long lines.

 

One thought on “Why I Voted Early

  1. ” I live in the United States, but I serve a King whose kingdom will never end and He is more than able to accomplish His will regardless of what happens in the American political system.” Good for you for knowing that.

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