Election day always reminds me of a conversation I once had with a former coworker.
I walked into our office with my "I voted" sticker on my shirt.
When I asked if everyone had voted she responded, "I'm too dumb to vote."
This woman was the office manager and the lead consultant. She was a single mother of a 13-year-old girl. While she and I did choose to live our lives in very ways and I generally thought that the decisions she made in her personal life tended to be quite poor, she was clearly not a stupid person. In this woman's case, it was her choice to be "dumb".
I wondered this morning if her daughter, who would be about 19 by now, is voting in her first presidential election, or if she's been told that girls are "too dumb" to vote. I hope for her sake that she has found her own voice and is making decisions for herself as a young woman.
There's a difference between stupid and uninformed. If you don't know, find out. Inform yourself. Ask questions, even if you think they seem "dumb". It's your right to vote, and your duty to do so.