I think it’s a little telling…

As I’ve driving around our little historic town, I’ve seen MANY political signs in yards, medians, on fences, etc. And there are a lot of them. I’ve seen the same thing in years past, as I’m sure everyone has. But I’ve noticed something a little different this year.

There seems to be a lack of presidential campaign signs.

Oh, I’ve seen them for sure, both sides. But there have been many, many times I’ve passed a “field” of signs and there’s not a Trump or Clinton sign to be seen. And it’s been on both sides. Lots of Democrat signs for senators, councilmen, governor, but no Clinton sign. Lots of Republican signs for lieutenant governor, attorney general, state treasurer, but no Trump sign.

I think it’s proof that even the people that will put signs on their lawn don’t like our choices.

As for myself, I wouldn’t put one up either. I think most of my friends/family/acquaintances know my general politics, and I’m not happy with what we have to work with. And I’m terrified of what the future of this country will be. But here we are and I guess we just have to work with it.

If you’re educated, you know what “your” candidate stands for, what their past really is, what they say they will do (and if their past shows they are actually telling the truth), than vote. I will say I pretty much stand with Mike Rowe when it comes to telling everyone to get out and vote, and I don’t see the need to repeat it in my own words. He’s done it quite well.

Mike Rowe on encouraging everyone to vote

For now… all I can hope is that things will get better, but I don’t have a lot of faith in that. So instead, I will hope that everyone is safe tomorrow and in the days ahead.