Well, it’s finally here – Election Day 2020, a general election year, one in which we can choose to re-elect Donald Trump, or the vegetable the Democrats have been bringing out every now and then. You know, Joe Biden, who is obviously suffering from dementia, regardless of what the Democrats have to say.
I’ve already voted. I live in North Carolina, which has early voting, and I voted about two days after early voting opened, and then flew out to the Portland, OR area, where I’m currently at right now.
I’m just a bus and MAX ride away from downtown Portland, and it is so tempting to go downtown this evening, but considering one of my sister’s friends just got murdered in Portland, it’s probably best for me to stay home tonight. However, I plan on going back to Portland later this week or next week to survey and document the damage, of which I will publish here.
The day is still young, so we don’t know what’s going to happen just yet. I will make updates to this post as the day wears on.
If you haven’t voted, I encourage you to vote, as long as you’ve researched the issues and candidates. I will not tell you who to vote – that is up for you to decide. If you do go and vote today, stay in line! Ignore the calls for your state or whatever – if you’re in line, they have to let you vote, even if the poll closes!
Anyway, good luck to us all – we’re gonna need it.