The election of 2000 was the most important election for the American public that I have had the opportunity in which to participate.
In my youth I worked as a volunteer for Nixon's '68 election campaign: stuffing envelopes, calling voters a page of the phone book at a time, sorting the raffle tickets (imagine a group of youths with their hormones flowing trying to pronounce "Letitz" with straight faces!), making signs - if it needed to be done, we did it.
It was an era of mutual respect among all people of both major parties. Yes, there were the ballot-stuffing liberal activists in Chicago, Philadelphia and elsewhere, but both of the candidates treated the American public and the United States Constitution with respect. (In fact, I believe that President Kennedy was the last liberal to support the Constitution.) Nixon had the proper morals and he also had a deep, protective concern for our country: He conceded. Nixon probably would have won if he had sued and tied up the election process in the courts with recounts and ballot challenges in some cities.
This election, due to being in the right place at the right time and with a lot of help from the Lord, I was able to again participate. A loyal dedication to a wonderful team effort made it possible for us to visibly help Governor George W. Bush become President! This is the best investment I have ever made.