Did Jesus have a Facebook Page?

June 12 was Primary day. As a registered voter I
used my privilege to voice my opinion in one poll.

Had I not been paying attention my vote may have been cast wrong.

The lonely school had a few cars out front. Once inside it was evident those cars belonged to the 7 people working in the precinct.

The Governor had posted on FB and our local newspaper to make sure we had our Registration Card and Drivers License. Expecting to be asked for both, I made sure they were readily available.

The first woman at the table sent me to the woman at the next table after reviewing my registration card.

I said “hello” and handed her my voter ID card.

After asking me my party affiliation she opened a booklet full of names listed alphabetically.
Scrolling down she found my name. Before she did anything else…

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