It's election time – or at least the beginning or it. Early primary voting started on St Patrick's Day in Washington. You first class citizens are electing Congressmen and Senators; we second class citizens here in the District of Columbia are electing a mayor and some city council members. That's about all that you real Americans let us elect. Well, we have one non-voting representative to Congress. That word, non-voting, says a good deal about that.
Most of us bear our deprivation silently but some bleat protests. It is a sad thing in a democracy to bleat to no avail.
The District Board of Elections has published a Voter Guide full useful information--where to vote and when, a good list of the candidates with their bios, and so on. But there is room in it for fantasy too.
Some candidate bios list people--real or not, I don't know--running for imaginary offices. "Senator" is popular. Those candidates have little bios, just like the City Council guys except that, of course, they are running for imaginary offices.
Wow. Maybe you should visit here and run. Can't hurt much to lose, though I have no idea what you get if you win. All in your fantastical mind, I suppose.