I am not a woman and I do not have a daughter, but I do have a wife and a mother among the many women that I know and admire.
On Monday I stood in line for 42 minutes in order to vote. While waiting my turn to cast my ballot I could not help but notice the diversity of voters who were in the queue.
It looked to me that perhaps more than 50% of the voters, at least during the time I was there, were women. I wondered how they approached selecting their candidate and wondered what sort of person I would vote for if I did have a daughter. As it turns out the following video says it better than I ever could.
— Edan Clay 🇺🇸 (@EdanClay) October 16, 2020
— AccuWeather (@breakingweather) October 29, 2020
If you have not voted, please do. Today will not offer the best conditions for standing in line to cast your vote. We will have periods of windswept rain with a good chance for locally heavy rainfall in places. This is as a result of the remnants of Hurricane Zeta meeting up with a strong cold front that is passing through the area. An animated version of the Euro weather model shows you what we have to look forward to.