I voted for hope.
I voted for love.
I voted for unity.
I voted for science.
I voted for equality.
I voted for women’s rights.
I voted for the environment.
I voted for the future of our children.
I voted for getting a grip on this worldwide health crisis.
I voted against hate.
I voted against racism.
I voted against sexism.
I voted against homophobia.
I voted against transphobia.
I voted against white supremacy.
I voted against lies and hypocrisy.
I voted against conspiracy theories.
Every vote counts, and every vote needs counted. I hope you’re at peace with the decision you made.
What I’ve learned from this election is that America has a long way to go. It seems like we take one step forward then several steps back. I’m hoping this time we can look ahead and keep moving ahead.
It’s been a long week. My heart hurts to see how close of an election this has been. But my prayer is that we can do better – as individuals, as families, as a community, and as a nation as a whole.