My vote was neither a repudiation of Donald Trump nor referendum. My vote was to embrace.
- My vote was for my niece, nephew and those who will live in 2040 and 2050;
- My vote was for children who want to go to school without being shot;
- My vote was a vote for those #MeToo victims screaming to be heard;
- My vote was a small voice for health care – to all who are and will be impacted by dementia and Alzheimer’s in 2040. It doesn’t matter how we’ll have gotten there. Simply put, we’ll be there. It’s up to us to figure it out. If we don’t, we’re not going to like life in 2040 and 2050;
- My vote was a voice for the oceans. If we care not for the environment, we’re likely to kill all;
- My vote was for the Black, Hispanic, Asian, Muslim, Jew, and the outcast. You are not forgotten and welcome in my world;
- My vote is birthed from a thirst for “Truth.” Whatever happened to that?;
- Lastly, for Eric who commented, borrowing from Gregory Porter’s ‘Take Me to the Alley,’ my vote was for those in the alley:
- For the afflicted ones;
- For the lonely ones; and
- For those who’ve lost their way.
Most importantly, I voted for you. I voted for us.
What did you vote for? Leave a comment if you care.