Our View: Be prepared for this crucial election year
Saying your vote doesn’t count can’t be your excuse for not casting an informed ballot in the Nov. 6 election, which now is less than a month away. After all, if everyone thought that way, who would vote?
Of course, the biggest ticket item on the ballot is U.S. president. The federal government is $16 trillion in debt. The budget deficit is $1 trillion a year. Joblessness remains high. Which candidate has the best plan to fix our economy and get the country’s fiscal house in order?
Turnout usually is much stronger during presidential elections, but is 60 percent turnout good enough with so much at stake? Hardly.
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