Mayor Race — don’t count your chickens before they hatch!

On June 20, there was a primary election held in Washington, D.C. The projected outcome was for the incumbent mayor, Muriel Bowser. But, not so fast, there’s a saying — don’t count your chickens before they hatch. One fact: some never vote in the primary, including myself and everyone who doesn’t want people to know who they will be voting for. These are the people who show up only in November for the general election, which determines the real winner. So, I’ll see you in November, when the senior citizens with their canes weather the temps and the long lines along with their influence. As well as the religious holy rollers, with moral virtues to pick and place someone with their values in office. Then there are the first-time voters that just turned 18 after the primaries. All are coming to the polls in November. Some of these voters in the primary may even show up in November for the general election. So, I say it again, don’t count your chickens before they hatch. I don’t want to predict a winner and neither should you. Listen to this.

Winner, winner in November. Minds got changed in September. Primary winner do remember.

How fast things end come December.

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