On Election Day, every eligible voter has the opportunity to cast a vote for the future. This is the day that we as Americans individually vote and collectively determine the future of our nation.
We vote to take control of what matters most to us: our education and healthcare, the economy, our children, our parents and our environment. We vote for one another. The more of our friends and neighbors who participate, the more our democracy will actually reflect the community we live in.
I want to share my enthusiasm for seeing democracy at work. Together, our votes determine who will be elected and what happens to our families and our communities. This is the time for all of us to weigh in and stand up for the issues that matter most to us as voters.
Through www.VOTE411.org, voters can learn about candidates and where they stand on the issues and find answers to any remaining questions about how to navigate Election Day. This November we will connect as a nation to elect our policymakers and shape our future. It is a critical moment for our country, and I hope that every registered voter in Montrose and Delta counties will cast his/her vote on or before Nov. 6.
Women Voters of Montrose County