They do not want the children to see the ugliness of this presidential campaign firsthand. In other places in the country, elementary and secondary school teachers are using this election to teach children how not to argue and how to have a reasonable debate. It’s sad to see that a presidential election is being used to teach children how not to behave. With Texas already seeing a record number of people registered to vote in the Nov. 8 election, lines until Election Day will be filled with passionate people wanting to cast their vote for either of the candidates from polar opposite two major parties’ candidates. And those two parties have been massively disappointing the past two years. Adding fuel to the fire are conspiracy claims of a rigged election. None of those claims has panned out. What’s worrying officials, though, is that some self-proclaimed “poll watchers,” encouraged by Donald Trump, could intimidate potential voters. Anyone with a sense of decorum can see this has been an election that has seen some of the worst politicking in more than a hundred years. http://foresthillmotel.com/matthewowenspro/2016/11/08/some-fundamentals-on-important-issues-in-career/Yes, Hillary Clinton or Trump, come the morning of Nov.
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