“We always say if you don’t vote, you don’t get to complain about it. It’s our right to do it.”

Kay Grandey, Mount Vernon

“To make sure that the laws are, hopefully, the way I think they ought to be.”

Kathy Randall, Mount Vernon

“Because it’s my right as a citizen and the freedom to have a choice.”

Melody Bradley, Marengo

“It’s my right. I don’t always agree with the candidates, but I feel I need to vote for someone.”

Charlie Pedigo, Centerburg

“I want to exercise my American privilege. I voted today!”

Larry Grandey, Mount Vernon

“It used to be very important to me, but with democrats hacking the election, it doesn’t seem to be as important anymore.”

Donald Glover, Mount Vernon


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