VOTE! VOTE! VOTE!

Please do not take this right for granted. Not all citizens have had this right in our lifetimes. Not to mention, as we currently face some of the most gripping financial times in our history, it’s something you can do for free. Speaking of free, voting is one of the things that keeps us that way and is an exercise of our important liberties. If you have not exercised your voting muscles in a while (as some candidates have not), then get yourself to the poll and start lifting! We do not want those muscles to get flabby. Likewise, if you vote by mail, complete your mail-in ballot early and send it in before you forget and the date passes you by!

People often ask about voting for judges. It is a bit odd that judges are part of our voting process in California, but it does give the people an opportunity to think about what is happening in a critically important portion of our state government. Take a minute to learn who serves as our judicial officers. Learn their history of appointment to the bench and more. That information is available for sitting judges on the California Courts website: http://www.courtinfo.ca.gov/courts/. As I have lamented before, we should have more information about potential judicial officers. But, in the meantime, learn what you can and….

VOTE! VOTE! VOTE!

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