I Had to Chuckle

November 6, 2012 at 1:07 pm Leave a comment

It’s election day, and while most find this to be a serious topic, I have noticed a couple of yard signs that made me smile. Have you seen these? One is “Marsha, Marsha, Marsha… (clever, right?) McClure.” Another one is “Kruk for Treasurer.” Now I do not know Mr. Kruk, but when I see that sign, I read it as “Crook for Treasurer.” I realize this is just an unfortunate circumstance beyond Mr. Kruk’s control, but it still makes me chuckle. And I do also realize that his name may be (and probably is) pronounced another way, but, again, I still just chuckle.

Now on to the more serious side of election day. Have you voted? While there is so much focus on the national races, keep in mind that we have some state and local races that are very important as well. With education being so important to the vitality of South Bend, I encourage you to read about the two candidates for State Superintendent (Bennett and Ritz). These two candidates have very different ideas. Which do you believe will serve our needs the best?

While doing your research, be sure to look at the many candidates running for the two at-large seats on the South Bend School Board. These are critical to keep our schools moving forward.

Feel free to share any interesting signs that you have seen as well as your opinion on any candidates running for the school board. And be sure to VOTE today! I was number 106. What number will you be?

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