Now that the DNC is over, the race between Hillary and Donald is on. We've all discussed the personal struggles we have with supporting either one of these candidates, but the reality is, unless something catastrophic happens, it's clear that one of them will be elected as president in November. Either way, citizens who have awakened due to the drama and enthusiasm brought on by the candidates during this election season, it's crystal clear to me that voters need to continue to put pressure now and over the next 4 years on politicians, local, state and federal, to represent the people and not just the wealthy and corporations. The giant has been awakened and will be hard to put back to sleep. Vigilence, commitment and consistent discipline is what is needed to see the change we want to see in our government. We need to keep our eyes on and hold accountable the politicians we vote into office and not be afraid to remove them from office if they don't keep their promises to us. We also need to be forward thinking and visionaries by cultivating the next generation of politicians who we want to represent us in political office. Don't just focus on what they say, but what they actually do. Keep your eyes on Nina Turner. She initially backed Hillary, then switched to Bernie during the primaries. She continues to stand and speak out about injustices and inequities. Her audience is mixed races, men and women, young and old, different religious and non-religious beliefs. She may cause Hillary or Trump to be a one-term president unless they have an extraordinary record during the first term. Here she stands speaking to a crowd at a People's Convention during the DNC along with Jill Stein.