Leibforth: I voted, but now what?
I have a confession: I don’t like politics.
Like me, I bet lots of you take an interest in the dialog of right and wrong and to how we define the pursuit of a better life, but who find the political system by which we’re meant to legislate those interests a bit disappointing and sometimes confusing.
That said, I do love election days. If you’re a voter – and I hope you are—there’s a smell and feel to the ritual of voting, just as there is for walking your kids to school on the first day of fall term. It’s a feeling in the air that mingles a feeling of honor and privilege with a sense of responsibility. It feels good.
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