by A.B. Plum
For the past several months, my neighbor has displayed a variety of yard signs. Two have moved me to action:
In Fauci We Trust
VOTE … as if your life depends on it.
I’d decided some time ago to get more involved in the November election. I hadn’t decided how to carve out the time to do so. Now I have.
No more posts on goat yoga. Or my Luddite leanings. Or phantom bicycles. Or mental meanderings. Instead, I am going to spend more time working for three candidates specifically:
Katie Porter for reelection to Congress from California.
Election of Jamie Harrison running for the U.S. Senate against incumbent Lindsey Graham.
Election of Joe Biden, [presumptive nominee as of this date] Democratic candidate for President.
I believe these candidates will make a difference in the tenor and depth of the discourse to move our country to a better place. I look forward to being part of the movement toward a less toxic (physically and politically) environment.
All good wishes to everyone at the Stiletto Gang. To coin a couple of phrases, “That’s all folks. Thanks for the memories.”
When AB Plum and her alter ego, Barbara aren’t “politicking,” they live off the fast lane in Silicon Valley. AB’s latest mystery, No Little Lies is now available on Amazon. Disrupted, fifth book in the Ryn Davis Mystery Series, will release in December. COVID plays a pivotal role in the plot.