If you don’t think voting in all elections is important, ask the residents of the 4th Congressional District in Georgia.
I watched her “concession” speech. I’m not sure I’d call it that. She sounded a bit more sane than I thought she would, and when she trotted out her notion that election fraud was responsible for her 17-percentage-point loss, I thought, “here she goes.”
I hope she stays gone this time.
I went down, took 10 minutes, and voted in the run-off, although I didn’t have the pleasure of voting out McKinney, as I have the distinct fortune of not living in her district. I heard on the news that some voters turned out to vote against her only to be upset to learn she was not their congresswoman.