Get out and vote

Every four years, citizens of the United States of America go out and select the person who will lead our country. Regime change is a possibility every four years, yet except for the Civil War following the election of Abraham Lincoln in 1860, our government has peacefully changed hands dozens of times, sometimes from one person to another in the same political party, and others from one party to another.

Our founding fathers set up a system that has stood the test of time for more than 200 years. One person wins the election, and the transition from one president to another begins.

Regardless of who wins next week, there will be changes in our government. People talk about doing their civic duty to vote, but they must also remember that their civic duty also includes accepting the decision of the people.

Each presidential election gives Americans the opportunity to have a say in the country's future. As we've seen in recent years, a swing of just a few thousand votes in a few key states can have a great influence on the outcome of the election and the future of the country.

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