March 2022 Election Calendar — Political⚡Charge

TokyoSand at politicalcharge.org posted this reminder of upcoming elections this month. If you live in one of these states, don’t forget your responsibility and go vote. Thanks! Larry

What better way to protect our democracy than to encourage folks to participate in it? (Well, that and expanding voting rights, of course.) One of the ways we can do that is by sharing the information about elections that are happening year-round! Turnout drops by A LOT in what is called “off-cycle” elections, and historically,…

March 2022 Election Calendar — Political⚡Charge

January 2022 Election Calendar

TokyoSand at politicalcharge.org is teaching all us Americans to be responsible citizens and caretakers of our democracy. One way is by keeping apprised of upcoming elections in your area. Read this and feel free to share it. Larry

What better way to protect our democracy than to encourage folks to participate in it? (Well, that and expanding voting rights, of course.) One of the ways we can do that is by sharing the information about elections that are happening year-round! Turnout drops by A LOT in what is called “off-cycle” elections, and historically,…

Source: January 2022 Election Calendar

Time to Sign Up

Tokyo Sand at Political Charge submitted this post last week with some helpful ways to get yourself and others registered to vote. National Voter Registration Day is tomorrow (9/28). With all that’s being done to try and suppress voting these days, getting as many of us registered as possible is absolutely vital. Get the word out.

Running With the Crowd

 

My fellow Americans, today I am formally announcing my candidacy for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States.

Why? Because everyone else in the world is.

New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio announced his candidacy Thursday, which brings the total number of candidates to somewhere around 857, I believe.

Holy Clusterf***, Batman!

You think everyone wants a shot at donnie? They are lining up, friends.

I mean, can you imagine the stage for the debates? There’ll be more candidates than audience members. Just introducing them all will take up about half the allotted debate time. You’d need a program to follow along.

And honestly, I stand as good a chance as most of them.

So, why not? I don’t know a thing about running a country, but we’ve already proven that’s not a prerequisite for getting elected, right?

I mean, the economy, health care, foreign policy, the environment…how tough could this job really be?

So, yeah, vote for me, folks, and I promise to get on this stuff right away.

After all, I don’t have a Twitter account!

Oh, and at the debates, I’ll be the sixteenth guy from the right.

I’ll wave at you.