I'm here to remind you that tomorrow is an important day. A day where you get to exercise a basic right as an American: the right to vote.
I come to you today not as someone trying to tell you who to vote for. I don't care if you're a Democrat or a Republican, a Communist or an Independent. I don't care if you're going to vote for one of the two main candidates or a third party candidate or if you do what one guy I know does--write in Brett Favre for every presidential election. Whether you support the candidate that I support or you support a candidate that I would never want to see voted into office ever, it is a right, a duty of all Americans to vote.
Don't tell me that your vote doesn't count. It counts--at the federal, state, and local level. It counts for ballot initiatives and other measures that you may or may not support. If you don't use your right to vote and someone gets voted into office that you don't like or a vote about an issue that you are passionate about (gay marriage, taxes, the right to arm bears, whatever) goes a way that you don't like, you have no real right to complain. You didn't speak up, others like you didn't speak up, and the people who did speak up got their way.
Vote tomorrow. Vote for what you believe in and hold dear. Vote for issues that you care about, issues that you are educated about. Vote. Exercise your right. Perform your duty as an American. Stop complaining and start having your say.
Vote Tuesday the 6th. It only takes a few moments and it can make a big difference.