This is my link to my video.
I noticed that the lady didn't know why people voted on Tuesday and asked me not to ask that question.
I wonder why she didn't want to be in the video...
What if I had told her that I was republican and support Governor Romney, would she be reluctant to say yes to the video?
Person #1: Woman
- She comes to vote because she says it's her right
- "Every vote counts and my vote can be the one that decide who will win."
- She was more involve in the the campaign.
- A lot of campaigns where seen over TV "I just tired of it"
- There won't any change with our system.
Person #2: Man
- He came to vote for "Change"
- He said that he would like it if "the cost of education goes down and a stronger economy.
- He would like to maintain the social liberties.
- Believes his vote will effect change
- The campaign was really talked about.
Person #3: Man
- He want to vote just to pick the next president.
- He would like there to be more jobs
- He just votes fore big elections
Person #4: Man
- He voted every election so it wasn't much of a change
- He learned about voting in school.
- Every vote counts. It can make a difference
- The election of 2008 was one that he remembers well.
Person #5: Man
- He voted in every election.
- doesn't think that his vote will impact much.
This is the link to my interviews ! :)
I have two peoples interviews written down:
- It is my responsibility.
- I think we have a fascinating and complex political system I think works if people come out and vote
- Every election.
- The one with Tom Smith and his grandmother. I immediately found it absolutely appalling.
- By the time I was into the booth? Naw, I know.
- The question that asks for more funds available. I'd like to see that accomplished. And unfortunately the big change I'd like to see won't happen because Michelle Brownlee is running unopposed.
- Hopefully by exercising my vote I demonstrate to others that I vote and that it impacts other to people to follow. It doesn't just happen with one vote.
- I learned about it in school. No, it did not impact my willingness to vote today. I had lived through the Vietnam war and that is probably the single most important factor that makes me feel that I have the privilege to exercise to vote.
1. I believe it's important responsibilities I need to fulfill as a part of American society.
2. Ideally, the 2 party system. I feel as if it is very restricting.
4. Yes, I learned it in senior year history
7. Yes, I'm sure who I am going to vote for
9. I very much believe every vote counts. It's the best way my "voice" will heard, even if the impact is small it still has influence in society.