Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Election Day

Mom is taking over the blog today, but I will be back tomorrow.

Karen Jo:  I just want to remind everyone to go vote if you haven't already.  Voting is our right, our privilege and our civic duty.  It makes me really sad when I read statistics that indicate that less than half of the registered voters generally vote in a non-presidential election year. Every election is important and I always go vote and I want you to do so, too.

9 comments:

Sparkle the Designer Cat said...

My human is big on voting too! You should see her messing around with her sample ballot and looking up stuff on the internet about judges! She tries to make an informed decision on everyone and everything.

Noll's Nip said...

Absolutely! I think I missed two elections in my life (when I was away at college). My dad was a naturalized citizen. He was so happy when he got to vote for the first time and he instilled that civic pride in me.

Brian said...

My humans always vote, but me, I'm voting for Herman!

Caren Gittleman said...

I voted at 7am!

My Facebook status today says "Don't vote? Don't gripe...."

I really wanted to say "don't B---H

:)

Jacqueline said...

Voting is a priviledge we should not take for granted=too many have died for our rights...Happy day, sweet friends, big kisses to handsome Herman!...J, Calle, Halle, Sukki

Sammy and Andy said...

Happy Election day, and we purray those you voted for win. We luv ya, Hermin and Karen Jo, and are so thankful for your friendship.

ABBY said...

I sent my Mom and Dad out to vote!
We think voting is a privilege too.

purrin
xoxo
Abby

meowmeowmans said...

So true, Karen Jo. Tracey and I were talking about the same exact thing today. We definitely voted. :)

pansylovr said...

As Illinois has early voting as an option, Mommy voted back in October, just to make sure she did vote. We think that's great because she was able to be home to feed us on time.
Snuggles,
Taz, Runt, Charles and mommy, Anna, in Illinois