Regardless of which candidate they went with, in this election Americans cast an unequivocal vote for democracy. We must honor that mandate by shielding this fundamental right through new laws that ensure that our election process will be free, fair and accessible to all.
Today marks the third time I have been allowed to vote in a presidential election. After finally reaching the table where they hand you your ballot, everything stopped. My name was not on the register.
Citizenship is more often taken for granted than examined. It's not just a matter of exercising my own right as a citizen, but being a citizen for the common good, not only for the country, but for the sake of the world.