On the last voting day of the 2017 general election, I was heard to say that I could not vote for either presidential candidate. I was reminded that not to vote for the party of my choice was to give a vote to, and for, the opposition.

I went to the polls and voted for Donald Trump. Eight months later I shake my head, think of the good the bad, etc., and hope things will get better.

I do not regret not voting for Hillary Clinton.

Anne Hadaway

Brunswick

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