This message to the readers of PHwSF is going to be short and sweet.
If you have received a ballot in the mail, please open it up, make your choices, follow the instructions and get your vote in.
You may choose someone that will lose. You may have a problem choosing from two candidates on the ballot. You may not know or understand the various questions to change the county charters on the ballot.
That is okay! Take a little time to read up on them, call a friend, or talk to your spouse about the items (hey, maybe they know more than you on this).
But at the end of the process, put your ballot into the sleeve;
Put it into the envelope;
Seal the envelope;
Sign the envelope as indicated (important step); and then
Go to a ballot box and turn it in (as of this writing it’s going to be too late to post this in the mail).
Then go to the store;
Buy some good popcorn; and
Tune into your favorite TV station and their hired pundits on Tuesday, November 8th, and find out the results.
Then come back here in a week or so, to politicshawaii.com, as this humble blogger might have a couple of things to say about the result.
Remember, every vote counts.