Today marks the mid-term election day 2014 in the United States. Most polling locations around the country have opened and will remain so until 6-8 PM local time. As Americans we are given the right to vote for candidates and proposals for any reason or political slant we hold. Make sure to use this right as many Americans in the past have been prohibited from voting based on archaic laws centered on race and gender.

During the 2014 election cycle Mobile Cuisine has not campaigned for or against any candidate or proposal on today’s ballots. In the future we plan to inform our readers about candidates as well as proposals and referendums to give them information to allow them to vote based on facts (not spin) about how voting one way or another will affect the food truck industry locally and nationally.

We do not claim to be the next great lobbying voice, but at the same time, we can do our part to make our readers informed about a subject that means as much to us as it does to you.

Take a few minutes before you hit your first stop today and get yourself and your crew down to your local polling station. If things are too busy now…wait until later, but don’t put off your chance to be heard by your local and national politicians. Let your voice be heard, get out and vote!

What’s happening on election day 2014 in your area?

Is there a food truck related issue on your local ballot today? If so, we’d love to hear about them. Share your story in the comment section below, Tweet us or share them on our Facebook page.