From my blogsite on www.parentsociety.com:
This year I’ve thrown myself into two political campaigns, with a
kind of intensity I usually reserve for my own writing, religious
non-profit, family, ministry, teaching, and consulting.
The difference between losing and winning a campaign is
breathtakingly huge. Regardless of the results, I invested a lot of
time, talent, and energy into the campaigns because I knew what I was
campaigning for: the rights of individuals to marry or be in a domestic
partnership if they wanted to, whether they were in a same-sex or
straight relationship, with or without children.
In each campaign, I did whatever the campaign managers asked me to
do. Some felt the draw of canvassing and enjoyed going door to door,
meeting people with campaign literature, and others participated in
registering voters. I opted to make cold phone calls to complete
strangers, asking them who or what issue they were voting for, and when
had they decided to vote. Early voting is allowed in NC, and the way
early voters go helps a campaign determine how it is faring in the state
before election day.
Read more on: http://www.parentsociety.com/todays-family/same-sex-parents/thank-you-for-voting/
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