Monday, November 5, 2018


Unless you live off the grid somewhere, or are a clueless millennial like Liz's 21 year old son, you already know tomorrow (Tuesday) is election day.

This actually will be my third election voting with my feminine drivers license. In Ohio where I live, you have to show a photo I.D. to vote. I still feel as if it is a big deal!

I don't have to lecture you on the importance of voting in this election! However, I did add this tag to my Facebook profile.
Enough said!


  1. We vote by mail here in Washington. Earlier in my transition, we still went to the polls, though. It was one of the things that had kept me from making a legal name change. The last time I voted at the polling place was one of the last times I "butched up" and presented my old male self, too. I would love to be able to go to the polls as myself tomorrow, checking in with all of the old ladies running the place. Better yet, I'd love to be one of the old ladies running the place! ;-)

  2. New York does not require ID to Vote. I make it a point to show my ID as a matter or habit and conscience. My two sons have long since moved away and have their own lives and vote or not vote in their current locations but they remain active on our local voter rolls and if I wanted it would be very easy for me to vote in their names. I won't because it is wrong but it is a reason why there should be voter ID requirements.