I Voted the Hell Out of this Election! Take that Democracy! Now You!

October 20, 2016 at 08:34PM
I voted already but this is just a reminder to all of you to make sure you get out there and vote if you haven’t already! Today is the day! Mail-in ballots can be dropped off at any voting center as well as counted as long as they postmark date on them is today!

Vote!

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No post for tomorrow. I’m going to be too busy spending the majority of today at a phone bank, making calls and encouraging people to get out to their polling place and cast their vote. If you’re reading this and you’re in the United States chances are you should be voting too!

Thank you if you already have. And, if you haven’t stop reading this and go out and vote! If you’re not registered to vote and you’re eligible you can’t vote today. But, you can register to vote for the next election. Go do that!

VOTE!

Memorial Day

Fort Rosecranz National Cemetery (taken by Spkr. Toni Atkins)

No cocktail recipes today. No video games. Today we remember those who gave up their energy, their time, their will, and some even their lives for something that was greater than themselves.

Hug a vet if you know one. Go out and find one to hug if you don’t.

A heartfelt thank you to all who served on this Memorial Day.

Introducing My Law: the Legislative Process in California

My Law  is an educational CYOA (Choose Your Own Adventure) that I’ve been making in my spare time. My Law takes the player/reader through the legislative process in California and in so ding describes the committee process, how the two legislative bodies interact, what role the Governor plays in lawmaking, and other facets of policy making here in the Golden State.

The game is content complete at this point, but is still in beta. If you find any spelling or grammar errors or something doesn’t make any sense please contact me so that I can make the necessary corrections. Thanks in advance for your comments!

My Law: the Legislative Process in California made with Inklewriter.