Tuesday, Nov. 6 is an important day for all.
It is a day that can change the course of our nation, merely by what you choose to do on that day.
Many in our country may be disillusioned by politics. Many may feel that an individual vote may not matter in a sea of other voters in a national election.
I will not bore you with the details of the times in which one person, one action or one vote changed the course of an election or the course of history.
Others have fought, been imprisoned and died for the right to vote. Each of our votes are a critical acknowledgment of the importance of those sacrifices.
I do not care for whom you vote.
I trust in the collective wisdom of our people to choose wisely and in the best interest of our City, State and Nation.
My message is simple: Take time to vote on Tuesday.
The voting process is so vital that Henry Ford Hospital has taken major efforts to ensure our patients who are hospitalized on election day can still get out their vote.
Our volunteers on Monday assisted countless patients with emergency ballot applications, faxing it to the patient’s respective clerk’s office where a ballot is generated, and then driving to the clerk’s office to pick up the ballot and returning the sealed ballot after the patient completes it.
It’s quite an amazing process.
I want to thank all of our volunteers and staff involved with the bedside voting project for their work to make every vote count this election.