That’s what my sticker says. Actually, it says “I voted in Johnson County.” But close enough.
I’ll have you know I did not vote a straight party ticket. I leaned Republican, but I voted for one Libertarian, and one *gasp* Democrat.
I KNOW! What are the odds of that? I voted for a moderate Democrat who had a better record of being honest than the Republican candidate.
I voted “No” on every single judge on the ballot. It’s my way of inflicting term limits on judges, since the only way to limit them is to vote them out. Sadly, only about 30% of the population thinks the way I do, so the activist judges NEVER actually get voted out.
I voted “No” on Amendment 1, which would have spent $120 million to put in 24 youth soccer fields near my house. Yeah, that’s what happens when the government works on a project. The fields would cost private business about 15-20 million, because they aren’t getting any taxpayer welfare. Private business would have to get competitive bids and find the best price. Go figure.
I’m anti-tax on every topic. If they wanted to pass a tax that would subsidize Wild Cherry Pepsi, I’d still vote against it.
Anyhow, whatever your political leanings or affiliations, I hope you take the time to go out and vote today. Remember, government is run by those that show up.