Hey, US readers, if you haven’t already done early voting, get ready to hit the polls on Tuesday. It’s not as easy as in Ceannis, but it’s very worth doing. Check out the videos at How To Vote In Every State (including DC and the territories) to confirm the specific local details, and find your polling place here.
Since you like this comic, go vote for candidates with positions like “interracial couples are not a threat to my ethnic ~purity,” “Jewish people are not a convenient scapegoat for everything I’m unhappy about,” “children deserve to stay with loving parents,” “LGBTQ people deserve to exist at all,” and “the artist of this comic should be able to keep her healthcare.”
Bennet: As we go into another Election Week, there’s one important thing we should all remember about our right to vote . . .
It is too easy.
Polls are open for a whole week! And the first day is a national holiday! That’s much too long! I say it should be a day, tops. If that schedule forces you to choose between voting and keeping your job . . . it’s an opportunity to prove how much you really care about the election!
And no more “early voting by mail.” If you can’t get to the polling place in person — that proves your candidate didn’t inspire you enough.
Speaking of mail — why are you automatically registered to vote based on your postal address? That should be determined by a separate set of forms that you have to fill out, personally, every time you make a move!
I’m calling on this government to make all these changes come true. Join me, listeners!
Aide: Lady President, you got a petition calling for laws that make it harder to vote, with . . . three signatures.
Olive Romarin: Huh! Put it in the file I look at when I need a good laugh.