Monday, October 27, 2008

Voting


Thrilled to be able to do that which is not allowed in my birth country. I am off to vote early for my favorite candidate. This is the first time I will be voting since I became a citizen along with my daughter. I urge everyone that can, to go and vote.

13 comments:

K and/or K said...

Congrats to you! Yay for democracy!

mama d said...

Huzzah! I vote "yes" on voting.

A Cuban In London said...

Yes, go out and vote! I, too, celebrated my right to vote for whomever takes my fancy without someone coming to knock on my door or waking me up with a megaphone.

Congrats to you.

Greetings from London.

OH MY #6 said...

great advice! I am so looking forward to hearing the results of your election! It has basically been a part of my life since last spring. I love American politics!

Canadian politics not nearly as fun!

Lea
xo

Snowflowers Mum said...

Yay Yoli....you rock my world in so many ways!

Juliette said...

Congratulations!
Might feel so good to be able to do so. So many people take it for granted.

Vivian M said...

Woohoo! Congratulations on your very first voting experience! Isn't freedom a wonderful thing? I look forward to the day your birthland and the people there are all truly free.

Qiuqiu's parents said...

Aww, yeah! And I hope you wear that outfit (complete with the garter/stockings) when you go to the polls!

Maithri said...

Fantastic news my friend,

Did I tell you how much I love this blog ;),

Peace and love and voting power!

M

FishermansDaughter said...

Here's to Yoli - you ROCK the vote!

Wayfaring Wanderer said...

I did early voting, too! Woot-Woot!

tangobaby said...

Congratulations on your vote! And you chose a Gil Elvgren piece to highlight your big day... he's my favorite pin-up artist, so of course I like this post twice as much now.

Great democracy in action and great art. Wonderful!

Martin said...

What a cute add. I love her style! (the garters, the garters!)
I voted today. And for the first time too! My fingers are crossed for Obama. So are the fingers of my people in Cuba.

-Adriana