We are two weeks away from a Presidential election in the United States where every citizen has the right to vote for their candidate. It’s often said that voting is essential to being a good citizen.
In fact, the official guide to naturalization states “Citizens have a responsibility to participate in the political process by registering and voting in elections.”
Maybe more than ever before, the citizenry of our great nation is politically polarized. Each party is appealing to voters to cast a ballot for their candidate as the one who will either make America great again or restore the soul of America. In some circles, it’s implied, if not stated, that to be a responsible citizen you must vote for a specific candidate. Continue reading