Enough said.
Tuesday is voting day. It’s time to vote and then move on from candidate campaigns and all that they entail to the holidays — or whatever one prefers.
Vacations. A new year. The Super Bowl.
Voting started two weeks ago on Oct. 24 for the most anxious and less patient in dealing with precinct crowds. (We hope it will be crowded.)
All other eligible voters who would like to will cast ballots Tuesday between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m.
The top of the ballot features the U.S. Senate race. Incumbent Republican Lisa Murkowski is challenged by Democrat Patricia Chesbro and Republicans Buzz Kelley and Kelly Tshibaka.
In the U.S. House race, incumbent Democrat Mary Peltola is up against Republicans Nick Begich and Sarah Palin, and Libertarian Chris Bye.
The gubernatorial contest features incumbent Republican Mike Dunleavy and running mate Nancy Dahlstrom against Democrat Les Gara and Jessica Cook, Republican Charlie Pierce, whose lieutenant governor candidate withdrew, and Independent candidate Bill Walker and Heidi Drygas.
The Senate District A choices are Republican incumbent Bert Stedman of Sitka and Republican Mike Sheldon of Petersburg.
The House District 1 candidates are incumbent nonpartisan Dan Ortiz and Republican Jeremy Bynum of Ketchikan.
The only ballot measure will be a question in regard to whether a constitutional convention should be scheduled, a question that appears once a decade. There are only two possible answers — yes or no.
Finally, the ballot will include up or down votes for several judges: Bethany Harrison of the Court of Appeals; Amy Mead, Michael Pate and Daniel Schally of the First Judicial District’s Superior Court; and Kirsten Swanson of the First Judicial District’s District Court.
Enough has been said this election season — let’s vote!