20. Election Day

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November 6, 2012 by bdetienne

This is what you should be doing today (unless you have participated in early voting). Courtesy of CNN.

Memo from the Burtogram Election Center

To Whom It May Concern,

Unless you live under a rock, you know that today is Election Day. After months and months of campaigning, speeches, articles, debates, ads, and commentary, the day has come to cast your vote on several issues, including who you feel is the best candidate for the President of the United States. This democratic right has something that we should all be thankful for, yet 2 in 5 Americans eligible to vote in the 2008 election did not complete a ballot.

Think of today’s actions as report card time. How are our elected officials doing in their jobs? If they are doing an acceptable job, let them know by voting for them again. If they are doing their job poorly, on the other hand, then this is an opportunity for you to get a person inserted into the post you feel would perform better. If you are not sure who to vote for, or want clarification on where one of the candidates stands, click here to help make your choice.

Do not be those people sitting at home after tonight’s results are posted, wishing that you had been there to cast your vote for “the other guy.” Get out there and let your voice be heard today!

Sincerely,

The Burtogram HQ staff

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