I am the BIGGEST crybaby.

Seriously, I blubberat everything and anything( I blame it on the fact that Im a Cancer ). And this years presidential election has been no exception.

It all started this July when Iwas watching the coverage of the Democratic National Convention. I experienced myself bawling insistently.

From Bernie Sanders brother and his fervent discussion to Michelle Obamas inspiring and strong texts, I turned on the waterworks and havent been able to shut them off since.

Ive always the case passionate about politics( if you dont believe me, experience free to check out the massive amount of student loans I had to take out to pay formy political science grade ayoooo ), but lately, my snaps have been about so much more than simply political phenomena.

This election is one of the most important point in our nations record. I know, I know. Beings say that during every election cycle.

The thing is, this time, its true. With important matters at stake such as the Supreme court of the united states and the environment, America needsvoter turnout now more than ever.

So, passed my blubbering record and the posts in this election, I give to you thefour reasons Im goingto wear waterproof mascara on November 8:

Ill cry because Im proud.

Im crying because after 239 years of being around, the United States was eventually prepared biography: Hillary Clinton wasthe first girl in biography to become a presidential nominee.

This is a big deal.

Women make up over 50 percent of the population, yet they only contain about 19. 4 percentof the seats in the United States Congress.

Like one of Clintons ad campaignsstates: Our kids are watching. When young girl envision a strong, intelligent maiden such Hillary Clinton addressing the nation as a presidential campaigner, they realize their daydreams may not be as unattainable as they once thought.

Upon cinching the nomination, Secretary Clinton expressed these powerful paroles 😛 TAGEND

Tonights victory is not about one person. It belong to generations of women and men who fought and relinquished and made this moment possible. In our country, it started right here in New York, a situate announced Seneca Falls in 1848 where a small but resolved group of women and men came together with the idea that maidens deserved equal rights and they specify it forth in something called the declaration of transport and it was first time in human history that that kind of manifesto occurred.

If Hillary makes another speech as strong as this one, you can bet Im going to need a carton of tissues.

Ill cry because Im going to miss the Obama Administration.


I was proud to cast my vote for Barack Obama in 2012, and Im proud of his legacyto this day.

Im going to miss the behavior President Obama seems to handle every situation with grace. Im going to miss his quick humor. Im going to miss his perfect partner, Michelle, and his badass daughters, Malia and Sasha. Im going to miss his dad dancin.

He, like Hillary, has realise me proud to be an American.

Saying goodbye to the Obama Administration is just one more rationale Ill be a teary mess on Tuesday.

On the bright side, in less than 20 times, Malia will be old-fashioned enough to runfor part. Paws swept.( Michelle could also run for office gives not talking here the weepings Ill cry if THAT happens .)

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Ill cry because Im scared.

Lets precisely talk about the elephant( political pun !) in the area: Donald Trump.

I am absolutely terrified at their chances of Trumpbecoming our political leader, and Im certainly not alone in that fear.

He has proven time and time again that he is unfit for the number of jobs( dont even get me started onhis VP choice, Mike Pence, who is also thecertifiedWORST ).

Im intimidated becausefor the last year( and lifetime ), Trump has been breaking the existing legislation, spewing obscene hyperbole, inciting brutalityand stomping his big, dumb hoofs all over MY rights.

Im frightened that if people dont poll, he could acquire. Please, please, America, dont made him win.

Ill cry rends of relief.

After a very long, tumultuous journey, such elections will eventually comes to an end. Well, kind of.

After November 8, our country, for better or for worse, willnever be the same.

Dont be idle such elections season. Tomorrow, find your polling place, parcel your tissues and vote.Your vote matters.

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