First Presidential Debate of 2020

Here are some memorable moments:

“I don’t wear masks like him. Every time you see him, he’s got a mask. He could be speaking 200 feet away from them, and he shows up with the biggest mask I’ve ever seen.”

–President Trump

“By the way, I brought back Big Ten football. It was me, and I’m very happy to do it and the people of Ohio are very proud of me.”

–President Trump

“Mr. President, please stop.”

–Chris Wallace

“He wouldn’t know a suburb unless he took a wrong turn.”

–Former Vice President Biden

“Will you shut up, man.”

–Former Vice President Biden

On a more serious note, I am appalled by the divisive rhetoric spewed by President Trump. This disturbing, toxic cycle has to end. If you’re interested in finding a fact-checker on the debate, click here. For a general fact-checker on candidates, click here.

Below, you will find information on voting for the upcoming election in November. We can change this.

Step 1: Be sure to register to vote. Check vote411.org for instructions on voting and visit sos.iowa.org for instructions in Iowa. https://www.ballotready.org/ is also an amazing resource.

Step 2: After you’re registered to vote make sure you know about the different ways to cast your ballot. One great way is absentee voting. Check vote411.org for instructions on voting and visit sos.iowa.org for instructions in Iowa. You can also check out https://www.ballotready.org/

Step 3: Understanding your #ballot and #voting in #elections are forms of civic engagement. Voting is an opportunity to shape your community and take care of its pressing needs. Below are examples of down-ballot (state or local) seats you may see—research all the candidates on your ballot by visiting vote411.org or https://www.ballotready.org/



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3 thoughts on “First Presidential Debate of 2020

  1. An excellent post. My thoughts are with you and so many others during this train wreck. I have done what I could. I’ve donated as able to a number of candidates in various state elections and my fingers remain crossed.

    Thank you for following one of my blogs.

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