Yes, that's the plan. I looked up how to do it on line, but apparently it failed to mention that there needs to be some paperwork signed by a candidate beforehand (for votes to count). It seems that even a write-in vote is mired in bureaucracy and conflicting rules, just like the whole election process. But a couple people here at the DP are on it, so I'll just wait for their direction. This isn't one of the states where "it counts," i.e., a swing state - but it counts to me. Yes, voting for a principled statesman is something I look forward to doing.
When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.
~ John Muir