Tuesday, November 8, 2016
Thursday, October 27, 2016
It indeed was my pleasure and privilege to continue my personal tradition of being Berkeley County's first voter in West Virginia's early voting (Wednesday, 26 October 2016), and possibly even the first early voter in all of West Virginia.
Of course, the only vote over which any of us have absolute control is our own personal vote.
My citizen duty and responsibility to vote is most sacred to me, and has been the focus of much personal prayer.
You see, when I vote, it is important to me, as my moral and citizen obligation, to cast my vote for the candidate who I believe is the best qualified to lead us.
That's why my vote is not on the basis of how others or their organizations may or may not be encouraging me to vote, nor is it on the basis of any misleading narratives about false limitations on our ballot choices.
And so it is, that after prayerfully pondering the previous governing records and character histories of all of the Presidential candidates, who are on the ballot in all fifty states, it is my and many other Americans pensive and poignant preference for a better choice of candidates.
Nonetheless, I also feel confident that my choice, from among those eligible candidates, would, on balance, serve our country best.
Others also should vote their consciences, and that's only as it should be.
All votes count!
Please share this message with others, and ask them to go and do likewise!
Working together to stay independent. May God bless you all real good! Visit www.LarryKump.us and also http://kumpster.blogspot.com for my views & news. You now also may follow me on "Facebook" (www.facebook.com/LarryDKump). Larry D. Kump P.O. Box 1131 Falling Waters, West Virginia 25419-1131 (304) 274-3104