[Editorial Note: This Politiqueer was scheduled to post on Tuesday, but it was held over due to a technical error. The hump day Politiqueer each week will follow a "What If Wednesday" theme. More will be posted about that later today.]
Presidential elections typically only come around every four years and can often be as celebrated as the Olympics. Americans choose a team, then get all tied up in the drama as the candidates take jabs and blows at one another until the challenge all comes to head during the first week of November.
Time-after-time, you hear potential voters say that they forgot to register to participate until it is too late.
Some who have full intentions of participating in this American right even roll into the nearest pollong place on election day to only be embarrassed by an often blue-haired poll worker wjo has to school them on the American election process. Then they have to do the walk of shame home often red-faced and politically starved.
Don’t be politically starved. Contact your local election commission and register to vote now before it is too late.