Vote early now or at the ballot box Nov. 8.
Either way works. But that still isn’t enough for some to register their disdain for the talking yam who would shrug off our cherished democracy.
Walking through a Barnes & Noble this week, Michele Kurlander turned books by Donald Trump around, so their covers faced the wall.
“Childish,” she said. “But it made me feel better.”
In May, when the Los Angeles Dodgers were at Chicago and staying at the Trump International Hotel and Towers, first baseman Adrian Gonzalez refused to join his teammates at the hotel.
“I didn’t stay there,” Gonzalez said. “I had my reasons.”
And Elonide Semmes, president of Right Hat, a boutique branding agency headquartered in Chicago, instructed her staff not to stay in Trump hotels as they crisscross the country helping companies forge corporate identities. The epiphany came on the Chicago River during an architectural boat tour.
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