We Survived Election Day, Now It’s Time to Govern and Protect Children
If you are reading this, then you have survived Election Day! While there might be states with some issues unresolved with their final count, I hope civility will prevail. Our country must honor and stand united behind the final result as the winner’s transition to governing.
Please remember that what makes our nation great is the ability the political power rests in the hands of voters who cast their ballots. We are not ruled by a dictator who holds power through force or intimidation or a monarch who holds that position due to heredity. Gracefully accepting the voters’ will can be difficult, especially when you are dedicated either to a candidate or a philosophy and the winner is the other side. Supporters donate their time, talent, and treasure to support their candidates. Win or lose, though, candidates and those who support them must accept the result, and each has the responsibility to work toward a compromise on solutions, rather than inciting animosity toward the opposition.
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