Let your voice be heard
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This week, The Voice offers it’s “Voter Guide” edition to our readers. In it, readers can find information concerning where and when to vote as well as a newspaper-style debate with the local candidates who are running opposed and agreed to participate.
The Voice encourages readers to study the stances of local candidates and research the platforms of those running for regional and statewide offices. Then, vote.
In this day and time, it may seem like democracy is under attack. During this critical election season, The Voice is dedicated to fulfilling its mission of “informing, educating, and preserving McCreary County’s history while caring about the community.” The Voice sincerely hopes the “Voter Guide” edition assists readers in learning more about the candidates and the upcoming general election.
Regardless of who our readers vote for, the important thing is to “pull the lever” and vote. As long as citizens remain active in the democratic process, our republic will survive. Remember, voting is both a privilege and a responsibility. When citizens fail to vote, they can’t complain about the consequences. The Voice asks readers to vote. Whether it is on election day or in early voting, vote. Just do it and let your voice be heard.