American Election Interview

Intereviewer:Can you tell me a bit about yoursel?

Jessy: Hello I‘m Jessy . I am 26 and a teacher at Hunters Woods Elermentery school.

Interviewer: How do you feel about tomorrow's election?

Jessy : I feel quite excited about tomorrow's election because I am interested to see who will win the election and see how this might affect our country.

Interviewer : Why should people vote tomorrow?

Jessy : People should vote because they have the choice to vote and I don't think that they should waste that important opportunity.

Interviewer: How powerful do you think your vote is Jessy?

Jessy: I think that my vote has quite a bit of power but then again not that much. I still vote though because I believe that every vote could make a difference.

Interviewer: Can you explain why some people might not vote?

Jessy: Some people may not vote because they are too young,do not have american citizenship, just don't care about about voting because they are not interested or can't vote due to they poling station being closed.

Inerviewer: How do you feel about the voting system in America?

Jessy: I think that the democratic system is rather fair because everyone gets to vote for who ever they want whereas some other countries get told to vote for a specific person running for president,which isn't that fair in my opinion.In a way the voting system is quite powerful because every state has an electoral collage,that could totally change who would win the election.

Interviewer: What about the presidency.Would you ever run for president? And why?

Jessy: I would not run for president because well, I already have a job-that I love- and if I were to become president then for me it would mean that I would have to make public speeches and very important decisions for the entire country and if the people of America don't like my choices then I think that is where the problems may occur.

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