To say 2020 has been an impactful year would be a gross understatement. And there are still a couple of more months to go. Nov. 3 is probably going to hold the most impact.
Why? Because that’s Election Day in the United States.
I’ve participated in each of them since given the right to vote. I always voted my conscience versus the official line set down by a political party.
The current divide we are currently experiencing between those parties is disturbing but, at the same time, exciting because we see more participation in the voting process than ever before.
When you stop to think about the history of the world, the United States is just a baby compared to other civilized countries.
The American Revolutionary War was fought in the 1700s, and people laid down their lives for freedom from British rule in our new country.
That’s not that long ago when only 13 original states banded together to preserve the…