By the time you read this newsletter (or listen to it via, the post-election conversations will be in full swing. The final counts will be ongoing for several days if not weeks.

Seats will change hands. 100% of the 435 seats in Congress are up for election. 35 of the 100 seats in the Senate are to be voted upon in the 2020 election.
So, what’s that mean to you and me. Well, to be honest, a heck of a lot. Most folks I interact with on a day-to-day basis are retired. They are concerned their healthcare (Medicare) remains available and affordable. They are concerned their supplemental income continues uninterrupted (Social Security). They are concerned for the financial markets. No one wants to see 1987, 2001, 2008 again.

Most would argue that we don’t have a choice.

Both sides say the same thing. It’s hard to place your trust in this candidate or that one. We don’t have a choice. Please Vote!
If it helps you. Vote for the results you are looking to experience, rather than the person.

Sometimes emotions drive decisions.

Sometimes our leaders exaggerate the truth. Sometimes they are a little forgetful.

Either way, we must make a decision.

Please cast your vote!

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