So I wrote this whole blog post. And I put it up. And that was that.
And then I talked to some people. And read some things. And went on some websites. And listened to the news.
And I took the blog down.
It is not my place to tell you who to vote for. I didn't do that in my first post, but after rereading it, I felt weird. I am smart and very well read, but I do not know enough about politics to write a truly informed blog post, and for that reason, I didn't think it was fair to all of you to read my opinions on something that I myself am not too sure about.
I think I know who I am going to vote for. It is something I have been struggling with all day, and will probably struggle with until the very moment I step up to the little station, but when I do, I will do so knowing that I read and learned and gathered as much information that I could before actually doing so. And that's all I really can do.
So, all I can say is, get out there and vote. Get your "I Voted!" sticker and wear it with pride. And if you need a push in the right direction, click here for a full list of the candidates and their stances on important issues. You can even take a quiz. Just make sure your voice is heard.