Look around the world: billions of people have little or no say in who runs their country.
The 1.4 billion residents of China don’t.
The 144 million people who live in Russia don’t.
Nor do people in Cuba, Vietnam, and Libya.
In Afghanistan, Iran, and Iraq.
In Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Syria.
In North Korea, Cambodia, and Thailand.
In Algeria, Angola, Azerbaijan, Brunei, Bahrain, Burundi, the Central African Republic, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gambia, Libya, Myanmar, Somalia, Sudan, Rwanda, Yemen, Zimbabwe, and many others.
But the 320 million people in the U.S. DO have a say in who runs in their country and today’s the day they get to exercise their voice.
Do your part: vote.