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Be Ready To Make a Difference

Tue, Oct. 14, 2014 Posted: 01:23 PM


Election day this year is November 4. Our advice: Be ready to vote. If all the America-loving voters got depressed and stopped voting, then our country would be even worse.

Ensure you are definitely registered to vote, learn about the candidates, and then go vote. Every vote makes a difference. In fact, sometimes elections are determined by only a handful of votes.

Many people say, "Even if I do get involved, it will just be a 'drop in the bucket'." But let's ask you this, "how does a bucket get filled?" One drop at a time. If you leave a bucket under a dripping faucet, sooner or later it will get filled. See what we mean? So, yes, together, we can make an impact. Yes, voting and being involved do matter.

If you don't like standing in line at the polls, vote early or vote using an absentee ballot. You can go to your state's secretary of state web site or call your county auditor to learn how to register to vote and how to request an absentee ballot. Visit http://www.unitetheusa.org/id123.html to learn more.

Fallen soldiers and veterans paid in priceless ways for us to have the gift of freedom -including the freedom to vote.

Let's just put it plainly: It's an insult to veterans if we do not vote. Our current servicemen and women and veterans have given so much so that we have freedom and the freedom to vote. So be sure to vote. Don't waste that gift!

See you at the polls!

God bless you,
Carrie Stoelting and Stacie Stoelting
Founders of Unite the USA

Carrie Stoelting