We, like many of you, watched Wednesday night’s presidential debate and are counting the days to Election Day which will end an election cycle that feels like it has lasted for a lifetime. We have our own political views and preferences for who should win this election and you should too. But above those political differences, all Americans should take pride in how we freely conduct elections and accept their results. Donald Trump’s statements to the contrary were troubling because they went beyond his zeal to occupy the White House; they undermined the foundation on which that house is built — American democracy.
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Published by Calvin Dark
Calvin Dark is a US & international affairs commentator & communications strategist (TV, radio & online - English, French, Spanish) who has built his reputation as a creative strategic communications & media relations professional for a diverse group of clients & partners. Calvin is Principal and Co-founder of RC Communications DC, a Washington, DC based media and public relations firm dedicated to helping clients (US and foreign governments and political parties/campaigns, multinational corporations, non-profits, and decision-makers) find their voices to tell complex stories.
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