My voting experience went pretty flawlessly at Tracy Gee on Day 1 of the Primary. The TDL was scanned, my information appeared, and I was given excellent instructions before heading to my station to vote. And I wasn’t even asked to remove my mask to prove my identity.
All in all, I think there were 89 candidates that I picked, though, some were unopposed. But those contested races did add up to a few minutes of clicking through the ballot and ensuring I clicked the right person. A few minutes. Not bad at all if you go prepared.
Now, some have asked who I’m picking in other races. Hell, I don’t live in those districts! But some are my friends and I know they appreciate the support. Others probably despise me for making picks, so, con mas ganas I’ll make a pick! More than anything, just vote…in the Democratic Primary! Find your sample ballot and your polling location.
So, here is The Other Side of the Stace Slate:
Congress, District 38 – Diana Martinez Alexander
SBOE, District 4 – Larry McKinzie
State Senator, District 17 – Titus Benton
State Senator, District 15 – Molly Cook
State Rep, District 131 – Alma Allen
State Rep. District 132 – Chase West
State Rep., District 142 – Candis Houston
State Rep, District 147 – Reagan Flowers
County Commissioner, Pct 2 – Adrian Garcia
JP, Pct 1 – 2 – Victor Lombraña (Sonia Lopez is also a good choice.)
JP, Pct 2 – 2 – Dolores Lozano
The Stace Slate featuring those for whom I could vote is right here.
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