Voters who care don't need prodding

Updated 10/23/2020 10:22 AM

When I was 14, I marched down to the Social Security office and got my Social Security number and my working papers so that I could caddy.

When I was 16, I learned how to drive, so I went to the State Police Headquarters and took a written test and driving test for my driver's license.


When I turned ,21 I got myself to the City Building and registered to vote. I have reregistered seven more times as I moved around the country. Recently I renewed my driver's license with a REAL ID.

Voting is a right and a privilege. Why is it that some people (Connie Schultz) feel the need to help, push and cajole others to exercise their right and privilege.

Bill Blaine


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