Tuesday, November 2, 2010

November Elections - I Voted!



I have spent very little time cleaning in the past two days. Instead, I've been spending all of my free time researching candidates and propositions that were included on Arizona's ballot. Some of the information was very hard to find so it took longer than I thought. And still some of the candidates I was unable to vote on because I didn't feel well enough informed.

Tomorrow I'll be back to my normal homemaking schedule. I'm looking forward to having a tidy kitchen!

4 comments:

Mrs.Smith said...

Awesome! :) I enjoyed voting today, too, and hope next year I spend a little more time researching things.

Missuz C said...

Good for you for voting! I spent several hours researching the same things yesterday...our whole family went together to vote today and it was fun!

I'm enjoying your blog, I'm Adventist too, and yours is the first I've come across.

Blessings!

DWYHomemaking said...

Isn't it sad how difficult it is to find what candidates actually believe on issues? Any-who.... thanks for following me @DWYH and I'm your newest follower :)!

Cassandra said...

Mrs. Smith - I'm glad you enjoyed voting! I want to start researching things earlier next election. I felt the crunch by waiting too long to start figuring out how I was going to vote.

Missuz C - Thanks for your comment! I'll check out your blog. :)

DWYHomemaking - It's hard to figure out what candidates belief on issues! Part of the election was to vote on retaining judges. I couldn't find anything on them so I couldn't vote for that part. I was disappointed.