Interviewer: Can you tell me a bit about yourself?
Me: Sure, hello I'm inspired_world. I'm 37 years old and I am a teacher.
Interviewer: How do you feel about tomorrow's election?
Me: To be honest I'm not to excited for tomorrow, as I have a felling that Trump will get elected, which in my opinion wouldn't be a good thing.
Interviewer: Why should people vote tomorrow?
Me: Well really it's your deciscion, but I do personally think you should vote because in our country we need someone that has the power to take our ideas and run with them to make our country greater.
Interviewer: How powerful do you think your vote is?
Me: I'm a teacher and I embrace that in every step I take, which is why I am voting for my students. That considered I voted Biden, but the thing bad about that is the fact that I live in Texas, which is a republician state, and I know pretty much everyone is going to vote Trump, so my vote probably isn't very powerful.
Interviewer: Can you explain why some people might not vote?
Me: I think some people might not vote, because of age or because of the fact that both Trump and Biden are quite, how do I say it, they can be immature.
Interviewer: What about presidency. Would you ever run for president?
Me: Honestly, I have never thought about it. I'm not sure if I would or wouldn't, because I've only ever been a teacher and I've never even considered a different carrier.
Interviewer: How do you feel about the voting system in America?
Me: I personally believe that the voting system is ineffectual. For example, say the Mayor/the most important person in your state and 40% people vote republic, yet 60% votes demacratic, demacratic wins the electrall vote, but in my opinion that is a waste of power.