SPT – Vote


Today was Election Day…finally. I am so tired of the campaign ads. The he said/she said of the campaigns. Reading and trying to really understand the propositions. Trying to make some sense of it all. And don’t even get me started on the judges.

I usually vote by mail. I have had my ballot for a few weeks. But I was having a hard time making my mind up on a few candidates. And honestly I was have difficulty with one of the propositions that we were voting on. Not that it matters since the 9th Circuit Court doesn’t think we have a right to choose anyway.

So finally this morning I made my mind up and filled out my ballot.

I loaded up these two crazies.


And headed here.


And handed over my ballot. The one that I was still questioning the issues.

Maybe that is why I was having a difficult time voting…because I know my voice isn’t heard or listened to.


Did you vote today?


  1. Yes, I voted, but it sure did seem like a hassle. And only two people I voted for actually won.

    I always just skip voting for the judges. I have no idea if they are a good judge or not. Seems pointless.

  2. I had a hard time knowing which way to vote on some of the props. Sometimes just the wording can throw you off of what you're really voting for. And like Cheeseboy, I didn't have time to research every single judge on there. I looked a few of them up, but that's it.

  3. I studied...I voted...I wore my cool sticker for the rest of the day. They even gave Sergio one too. It was fun showing him the difference between elections here and elections in Argentina. There it is illegal not to vote, and there is usually someone outside waiting to pay you for voting the way they want you to. It made me really put into prospective how great this screwed up country really is.