The Less Drama Ballot: Cast Your Vote
Education, Health Care Reform, Foreign Policy.
It’s Election Day here in the U.S. and I hope you were able to get out and rock your vote!
It’s never too early (or late) to involve your kids in the voting process. Start by explaining that a vote is a choice, and then ask them to vote on some decisions (what to eat for dinner, for example). Older kids can go to the polls with you and begin learning about certain ballot issues, too.
Although I could go on and on about the importance of voting, I’m keeping today’s post brief. I’ve got a special “Less Drama Ballot” for you to fill out. It’s totally anonymous, took my mom less than a minute to fill out (I timed her), and every vote counts.
The polls close on Sunday, November 9th at midnight, and I’ll share the results next week.
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There are three questions. You may need to scroll down to see them in their entirety. Please submit only one vote.
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What a cool idea Pam! I love it!
We’ve been taking Mr 8 to vote ever since he was a baby (I remember having him strapped to my chest on more than one occasion!). He finds the process interesting and I think it’s good for him to learn about. I’m not sure about asking him to vote on dinner though – we’d only ever eat lasagne!!
Can’t wait to see the results next week! Xx