I don’t know who I’m going to vote for in November. I’ve made a practice of voting for my dad, and I may do it again this time around. Not because my dad wants to be president, but because electronic voting machines allow me to write in any name I choose. I decided some time ago that I’m going to keep on voting for my dad until someone I think could run the country better shows up on the ballot.
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