Voting: It's our right ... and our responsibility

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By The Staff

We're down to the wire now. Tuesday is Primary Election Day. Are you ready to make the best choices?

When we vote, it's important to ask ourselves two vital questions:

-- Have I examined all the issues I feel are most important and learned where each candidates stands?

-- Am I truly voting for the candidate I believe will do the best job?

Go vote. It's as simple as that.

Tuesday is Kentucky's Primary Election. And it's up to voters to ensure that those who will make the best decisions for our community are those candidates who receive the most votes.

If we don't express our opinions about our elected officials by voting for the ones we think will do the best job, then what right do we have to complain when we don't agree with something they've done?

It's up to us to consider which candidates will do the best jobs.

We hope you've taken time to read about each of the candidates in our 2010 Election series. Learn all you can about the candidates and how they stand on issues important to you ... and show up to cast your ballot on Tuesday.

For more information about voting, contact the County Clerk's office at 465-6677 or visit the Kentucky Secretary of State's website at sos.ky.gov.