In the world of journalism there is lesson about writing tight, or short. Keeping things simple and to the point, without omitting needed information, generally does allow for a better read. I don’t always subscribe to this theory, but generally you won’t find copious amounts of words in my columns or stories. So here’s a short one:
Vote for change if you desire change.
Vote for values if you have any.
Vote for incumbents if you like what they’ve done.
Vote for your party if you lean a certain way.
Vote for policies that speak to you.
Vote early if you wish (but don’t vote often).
Vote informed.
Vote so your voice is heard.
Vote for your future.
Vote or don’t complain about the outcomes.