It’s an understatement that the 2016 presidential election is one of the most contentious in modern history. From our major candidates calling each other liars to sexual assault allegations stretching back 30 years, it’s difficult to tell if this is a presidential campaign or a nasty reality show. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are fighting their way forward to the White House in the most combative style in modern history.
Voter turnout will be the key to the victor, and much of that will depend on who turns up, turns out and casts their ballot for the candidate of their choice.
I am a product of the Civil Rights Era of the 50s and 60s…and the right to vote is very very precious to me. I’ve missed very few elections and scratch my head when people don’t vote. My second son in law recently became a US citizen so that he could vote in the Nov 8th election. Voting is power and voting is a privilege in this country.
Joining me today is Dr. Nichole Phillips, Assistant Professor at the Candler School of Theology at Emory University whose recent stellar commentary sheds new light on why this election will set the course for the United States for years to come.
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