Letter: Tuesday's election is most critical one
Tuesday is the most critical election in our lifetime, if not in the history of our country. Those who vote will determine the course our country takes for decades to come. Every aspect of your life, and that of your children and grandchildren, will be affected by the results.
Your vote will count.
Keep in mind that only around 30 percent of registered voters actually cast ballots in 2010. What did that mean? It meant that around 15 percent of voters made the decision for you on how our country and state would move forward. Remember also that not all those eligible to vote actually registered.
You can make the difference this year. If you are registered, vote. Just think. Your one vote could actually make a difference this year. The election is too close to call and one vote — your one vote — could turn the tide.
There is no excuse not to vote. You can get to the polls. Transportation is available. Call your local political party office. Drivers are available.
Cast your ballot. If you vote absentee, get it in on time. You and only you can decide our future. Vote on Tuesday.
Donald and Frances Rae