Election Day is November 3 this year. Citizens get to choose our country’s leaders on that day. They vote.
Who will be President for the next four years? Which people will make laws in Congress?
Read More: Maybe your parents voted by mail this year. Many did not want to go to the polls (places to vote in person). U.S. citizens also are allowed to vote early at a place near where they live. But all votes (mail-in, early, or on Election Day) are counted after voting stops on November 3. It is important to vote. People in many other countries have no say in their governments. The Apostle Paul tells us in 1 Timothy 2:1-2 that we are to pray for our leaders so that “we may lead a peaceful and quiet life, godly and dignified in every way.”