You know I have to say it: this is the most important election of our time.
It is our duty as Americans to make our voices heard. I think every single person is an activist -- they just don’t know it yet. When you vote, you become an active part of our democracy; you become an activist.
In 2008, 80% of eligible Californians voted. We should be able to match, or exceed, that number this year. Please tell your friends, tell your neighbors, and tell your family to vote on Tuesday, November 6th.
Vote for a better government, vote to take control over your life, and vote for fairness and equality for all Americans.
A vote is a voice for change, and your vote is what can make this country better.
This election, vote for a candidate who has the knowledge and the tenacity to enact and execute meaningful legislation for the betterment of every single member of our society under the timeless principle of “liberty and justice for all”—your vote can achieve that.
It is important to never stop looking forward as people and as a nation—and to never stop voting for the promise of a brighter future.
So please, vote because it matters; vote for the present; vote for the future; and, vote to honor all those who have come before.
Make your voice heard, for it is the most effective tool you have as a Californian and as an American.