Tuesday, June 6, 2017

VOTE VOTE VOT E

I have voted. Are you going to excise your rights as a citizen? Don't let a little rain stop you. This election will determine Plainfield's future for the next four years, Don't bitch if your choice  has lost because you and others did not vote.

5 comments:

  1. I voted Doc. Thanks for reminding those who complain that they have no voice if they don't vote.

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  2. Thanks Doc. I believe that if you don't vote, complain when you're alone and don't waste other's time who did vote.

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  3. I voted. I've seen improvements throughout the city the last few years and I want it to continue. I may not have been born and raised in Plainfield, but it's been my hometown for nearly 20 years.

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  4. We don't have a voice if we are "given" the choice of who we can vote for. Furthermore, as a taxpayer (giver not taker), I have the right to complain whether I voted or not.

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    1. No you don't. And if you don't vote and you are a taxpayer, you're really missing the boat. And, if you feel like you have been "given" a choice, as opposed to doing something about it, it tells me you are not a player but an onlooker. Take as stand, take action, and stop complaining, and vote.

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