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It’s Election Day – Not Election Month

It’s a grand American tradition. The first Tuesday after the first Monday of November. Americans trek to the polls and exercise their citizen right to cast a ballot for their elected leaders. This is democracy in action. Somehow the left has twisted and perverted the idea of ensuring safe and secure elections into a THREAT to democracy.

It’s not election week. Not election month. We find ourselves in strong agreement with the solid majority of Americans who think that ballots should be cast on Election Day (with a secure absentee ballot system)and to the fullest extent possible, COUNTED on Election night. (Already we are hearing that Pennsylvania ballots may not be counted for several days. And the election officials wonder why people are suspicious of the results.)

Elections in the Early Days of America Were Festive Booze-Fueled Parties

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