In my area it is Municipal election day this upcoming Tuesday. That means cities elect mayors and school boards are elected.
It is not a very well-known election time, seemingly. Perhaps I should say it is a low key time for voters but for those involved it is important. School boards are the people who overlook the education of our children and this is the time we get to have a say in who these people are. We should take advantage of this freedom. It is a freedom that we should participate in and take pride in.
There are places that don't have that option.
This is getting a little heavier than the rest of my A to Z posts, so will lighten it up by saying that the election could be like the small town of Dorset, Minnesota where they elect their mayor every year for Dorset Days by selling votes for a dollar a piece. Two years they elected a three years old and boy. I think he is going to try again in August when they hold Dorset Days. Sounds like a real bargain at a dollar a vote. The voter has to pay the buck.
Come to think of it, that may not be a whole different from the real thing.