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Happy Election Day!


your_vote_counts_button_3With news coverage dominated by discussion about Republican and Democrat debates, it would be easy to forget that the presidential election is still a year away (November 8, 2016, not that this political junkie is counting…). While some years may be more low-profile than others, Election Day does occur every year, with the first Tuesday in November hallmarked for elections at all levels, local and national. This year, Methuen, Haverhill, and Lawrence will all have mayoral elections.

The next big election day will come on March 1, 2016, when we are able to vote in the presidential primary. Voters have the opportunity to make their voices heard as they weigh the principles and platforms put forth by candidates from both parties. Many of the top candidates have written books (or had books written about them). Click on the books’ titles to find and request them, and let the decision-making begin!

Ben Carson’s One Nation: What We Can All Do To Save America’s Future
Hillary Clinton’s Hard Choices
Ted Cruz’s A Time for Truth
Carly Fiorina’s Tough Choices: A Memoir and Rising to the Challenge: My Leadership Journey
Rand Paul’s Taking a Stand: Moving Beyond Partisan Politics to Unite America
Marco Rubio’s American Dreams: Restoring Economic Opportunity for Everyone and An American Son: a Memoir
Bernie Sanders: Jonathan Tasini’s The Essential Bernie Sanders and His Vision for America
Donald Trump’s Time to Get Tough: Making America #1 Again



Author: Kathleen

Reference Librarian and Literacy Program Coordinator. When not librarianing, I enjoy literary fiction, comedy, crafting, history, and politics.

2 thoughts on “Happy Election Day!

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