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Michele Pesula Kuegler is the founder of PeKu Publications and chief foodie at Think Tasty. She runs this one-woman show focusing on creating new recipes to delight her family, friends, and herself.

Just Vote

by Michele Pesula Kuegler on November 5th, 2012

I spent yesterday afternoon reading a memoir. Sitting in the living room I was surrounded by the sounds of an early afternoon NFL game that my teenaged son was watching. The noise of the game in the background, I happily devoured my book; the sounds of play calls and clashing helmets and pads merely filling the air like elevator music. However, when the game went to commercial, it was a completely different story. It seemed that the majority of the ads were political with one candidate bashing another.

Although the sounds of the political advertisements were more disruptive than the combined noises of a football game, the ads definitely were vibrant reminders to vote on Tuesday. For those with a passion for politics and government, tomorrow is a day to assert your opinion via a ballot. For others it may simply be just another day. However, no matter what views you hold or parties you support, this is your chance to be part of the process.

At our political publication, Camp Campaign, we have covered many aspects of the presidential election process, reviewing candidates and issues leading to this election. Whether you think Romney is the obvious choice, wish that Gary Johnson had been included in the debates, or chant, “Four more years!”, you’ll find a writer that agrees with your point of view. Although Camp Campaign isn’t a true news website, as we don’t cover breaking news, we do provide unbiased coverage. Our writers share their personal perspective, be it liberal, conservative, or somewhere in between.

While it may seem that this process is bigger than you, it was designed to include each and every voter’s opinion. So, as you plan tomorrow’s schedule, whether it be going to work, carpooling for sports practice, lunching with friends, be sure to include a few minutes to express your opinion at the ballot box.


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