Look for the Foz's official election portrait when you vote.

Look for the Foz’s official election portrait when you vote.

Do you need a candidate you can fully support (and by “fully support” I mean you can actually pick up and carry around)?

Are you looking to vote for a a face you can love and trust (and by “love and trust” I mean actually love and trust)?

Are you tired of candidates tied to smarmy campaign financing, someone who doesn’t run with any super packs?

Do you want to cast your vote for a guy who knows how ruff it is for the average Bellas, Baileys, Maxes, Lucys, Mollies, and Charlies of America?

Do you want the candidate you vote for to listen to you? (And by “listen to you” I mean perk up if you have a treat and/or are making wild gesticulations that could mean fun times are ahead)?

The treat is behind Door #1. Come and get it, Cupcake!

The treat is behind Door #1. Come and get it, Cupcake!

Well, then, Fozzie is the simple choice NOW!

Don’t wait another minute to cast your vote for Fozzie, the Cutest Canine in Clark County, Washington. Click on the link and find his photo.

ALERT: You’ll have to scroll through lots of wannabes (remember the Republican Primaries last year?) to find The Foz.

The Foz is way cuter than any of these selections. And he's portable.

The Foz is way cuter than any of these selections. And he’s portable.

DOUBLE ALERT: When you click on his photo to vote, you’re going to have to give up some information to prove that you aren’t a spambot or a Russian spy. It’s the price we pay for freedom, People.

TRIPPLE ALERT: You can only vote once and, like this election, you don’t have to vote at all (unless you’re dead, in which case, someone else will decide for you if your dead voice matters). The Foz would never allow any rigged Poochie Election. That’s Bullsticks.

This promotional material was paid for by the Committee to Confirm Fozzie the Cutest Canine in Clark County and was 100% supported by Fozzie who is sleeping right now.
Campaigning is exhausting. I don't know how humans do it.

Campaigning is exhausting. I don’t know how humans do it.

And remember to vote on November 8 (if you haven’t voted already).
Every voice matters—up and down the ballot—in this and every election!