I usually vote on the stated Election Day, primary elections are a huge pain in the ass with all of the same names sneaking into GOP and DNC conventions. I usually need to bone up on candidates and issues.
This primary is easy. I am drawing Democratic ballot and will vote for two people. The rest I will have some fun with - this primary is an insult to every voter in America; I shall return the compliment.
I usually vote on election day, but I could be induced to try early voting, if the City Election Commissioner would offer free back-to- school CPS left-overs, Wilco's Jeff Tweddy and Gang playing on a flat bed truck in the parking lot, or. better yet. a dunk tank featuring CPS/CTA/Cook County/ Chicago Parks/City Hall multi-pension jackpot career grifter, lightweight, dim-bulb and chinless wonder Forrest Claypool squeezed into a Chicago Logo speedo over big-ass barrel of chilled Lake Michigan Straight.
After chopping teachers and staff at CPS, this smarmy soulless Klepto-bureaucrat and WTTW regular could use a Polar Plunge*.
The temperature of his pasty pelt could then match that of the blood coursing through Temple Claypool.
Someone, maybe Commisioner Bill Kresse, or a Bill Kresse Imitator, wearing a huge Flava Flav style clock on a gold chain could collect each I Voted chit and shout enthusiastically as the alarm clock clangs, 'WHATBOYIE???? What???? WHAT TIME IS IT? Dunk Time!"
Each citizen emerging from a designated early voting polling place rewarded with an I VOTED sticker, or palm card could march up to the dunk tank and collect three yellow plastic coated 12" softball for a shot at the metal target/release trigger and plunk Claypool into the icy brine.
Kids and Veterans t'row free all day!
CPS teachers showing proper identification get two additional balls - a metaphor for the apparatii missing from most elected officials and every insider-career grifter.
March can be chilly.
But nothing is so cold as the endless placement and pension looting by Progressive Shakman Sanctioned creeps in government.
* Chicago's real hero James Sheahan raises millions fro special needs youngsters.