Monday, November 5, 2012

Election Day: Your Vote, Your Voice, Your Duty

If you haven’t cast an early ballot, duty calls tomorrow. Election Day not only determines the course of our country over the next four years, it also represents the most sacred right − and responsibility − afforded to us as Americans.

Your political opinions − and the freedom to express them – were fought for and won by our Founding Fathers and our brave men and women in uniform. You owe it to them, as much as yourself and your country, to exercise your right to vote. Today and tomorrow, I urge you to do so.

No matter which candidate wins the presidency tomorrow, it is the American process of voting that truly represents we the people. Stand up for yourself, personal responsibility and for our republic. You are the envy of the entire world.

On Election Day, honor your duty to your country and those who sacrificed so that your voice – and vote – can be counted. See you at the ballot box, Texas.

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