Today I get to vote in person in an American election for the first time since 2012. As a legal resident of Finland, I got to vote in local Finnish elections but not national ones. The logic is that people who live there have skin in the game and should get a say. Compare and contrast that with my sincerely held belief that none of my absentee ballots for the US, where I hold citizenship, were ever counted. Especially since one party contends that all mail-in ballots somehow constitute fraud. Katie was even told, by a US citizen, that we shouldn’t be allowed to vote in the US elections while we were living abroad.
Anyway, that’s not what you’re here for. Today I’m working on Campaign Journaling, with an eye on releasing it no later than next Monday. Sooner, if possible. It’s about 60% edited, so it’s doable.
I hope you’re doing well today.