Why our read­ers voted in these midterms

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I’m vot­ing to change the present path this coun­try is on. I’m vot­ing to pro­tect the fu­ture for chil­dren, women, peo­ple of color and a re­turn to nor­malcy.

Kim Chris­tian

I vote be­cause women, not too long ago, fought for my right to do so. I’m vot­ing this time be­cause I think the cur­rent party in power is lead­ing us in the wrong di­rec­tion; I hope to help send a mes­sage.

Lor­raine Havrilla Brock

I’m vot­ing to keep the econ­omy go­ing in a great di­rec­tion. My hope is that this econ­omy will help to em­power mi­nori­ties with this ris­ing tide.

Euan Henry

I voted to end the in­san­ity of the last two years. To get a checks and bal­ance sys­tem back.

Celia Sta­ples

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