"I sat staring at this question, and it felt so big, I didn't know where to start, so I picked up the phone to call the person I always talk politics with . . . my granny who is a former history teacher. I thought she would have a lot more perspective considering she was born around 20 years after women gained the right to vote, but she mostly put an emphasis on just doing the damn thing. We both came to the conclusion that in order to have a voice in this country, we MUST VOTE. We are in the middle of a bad pandemic, and too many people are dying that should not have died. Your vote makes the United States a place that reflects your own values. There is way too much at stake to not be heard. More than ever before, we must elect leaders who listen to scientists and health professionals, and we MUST communicate and not divide."
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