Make your voice count!

A quick reminder to go out and vote Tuesday November 6th! Like our friend Ben Sollee we are reminding you to go vote! So here are just a few “Honest Words”…

“Like nearly everyone,” explains Ben, “my attention this week has been focused on Sandy and all of her devastating effects on communities along the east coast. There are so many people dealing with fundamental challenges in their lives at this moment: food, shelter, clean water, etc. These are things that are not debatable or points of policy; they are human needs. And as the country inevitably shifts it’s gaze back to the final stretch of the election, I’m hoping we can keep the human-to-human conversation going. That’s what we truly need to sort through natural disasters, healthcare policy, education, or anything as a country. We are too often willing to sacrifice honest, sincere discussion for winning and losing teams. And everyone’s voice is important! Performing in the Lincoln Memorial was my way of expressing that desire. And, I still have the knot in my stomach to prove how intimidating it can be to speak out. So, please, if you only do one thing on Tuesday, VOTE!”

If you aren’t sure where you need to go vote click on the following link, just enter your home address and you should find your voting location.

Find your voting location just click here

Make your voice count!

A quick reminder to go out and vote Tuesday November 6th! Like our friend Ben Sollee we are reminding you to go vote! So here are just a few “Honest Words”…

“Like nearly everyone,” explains Ben, “my attention this week has been focused on Sandy and all of her devastating effects on communities along the east coast. There are so many people dealing with fundamental challenges in their lives at this moment: food, shelter, clean water, etc. These are things that are not debatable or points of policy; they are human needs. And as the country inevitably shifts it’s gaze back to the final stretch of the election, I’m hoping we can keep the human-to-human conversation going. That’s what we truly need to sort through natural disasters, healthcare policy, education, or anything as a country. We are too often willing to sacrifice honest, sincere discussion for winning and losing teams. And everyone’s voice is important! Performing in the Lincoln Memorial was my way of expressing that desire. And, I still have the knot in my stomach to prove how intimidating it can be to speak out. So, please, if you only do one thing on Tuesday, VOTE!”

If you aren’t sure where you need to go vote click on the following link, just enter your home address and you should find your voting location.

Find your voting location just click here