Fifteen hockey-related posts today. That’s not bad by “re-starting a blog” standards, so:
Detroit’s pro sports teams, including the Red Wings, posted Tweets promoting voter participation in the upcoming election earlier today, and I’m gonna “RT in blog form” here.
Regardless of what party, parties or candidates you support, do not support, or despise, I believe that voting is absolutely essential in our representative republic. In my opinion, it’s a civic duty and the responsibility of every citizen–at least if you want to complain about the schmucks we’ve elected–and I want you and every person who is eligible to vote to do so in November’s election.
From the Presidential election down to your county drain commissioner, your vote matters in determining who works for you in governance, so if you are not registered to vote yet, please get out there and get ‘er done. It’s easy in Michigan and you can vote in a variety of ways:
Are you planning on voting before Election Day? Today is the first day of early voting at your local clerk's office. Find out where yours is today: https://t.co/gnEN45l0E3 #MIPlan2Vote x #LGRW pic.twitter.com/UWyYhGW0qr— Detroit Red Wings (@DetroitRedWings) September 24, 2020