My American citizen interview

Hello I'm poetic passionfruit and this is my american citizen post. I hope you enjoy it.

Name: Daniel Voden

Age: 21

Occupation: Student

What matters in the upcoming election: Immigration and gun allowances

How many electoral votes is your state worth: 55

How does your state usually vote: Democrat

Who do you plan to vote for: Donald Trump

How powerful do you think your vote is: Not powerful---x-----------------------------------Very powerful

Can you tell me a little bit about yourseself?

Hello I'm Daniel Voden and I am an American citizen voting for the republicans in the upcoming election. I'm 21 years old and I am currently and student at college and will hopefully get a dagree and leave in a year or two. I would like to work in the navy when I'm older.

How do you feel about the upcoming election?

I feel very nervous about the election as there is a high chance that the democrats could beat the republicans. This is due to how Donald trump is handling the corona virus protocols, he could lose the White House and both houses of congress to Joe Biden. To win the election he must step up his game, wear a mask and maintain social distancing whenever he is holding a public performance.

Why should people vote tomorrow?

People should vote to make change because every vote counts. By voting you get to determine what will happen in the future. If you like both sides that's no excuse because you can like them both but you cant like them the same. There has to be more pros than cons in one and more cons in the other.

How powerful do you think your vote is?

I personally do not think my vote is very powerful because I live in a democratic state but I am voting for the republicans. That means that the state I live in , California , is normally won by the Democratic Party so they get all of our electoral points and all because the majority of the state votes for them And due to the way Donald trump is handling covid-19 I doubt they will change they're minds.

Why do you think that some people might not vote?

There are lots of different reasons that the citizens may not vote but the majority of them are cover-ups or excuses. People who don't vote might not be old enough as you have to be over 18 to vote. You also might choose to forgo voting because you have been intimidated repetitively by family and friends and even the news or it might be because due to the electoral college they don't think that thier vote matters as much but this isn't true as everything is based on the popularity of the state. Finally it could also be that it is simply to difficult.

Do you think you would ever run for president?

I don't think I would ever run for president because I don't have the correct amount of education so I would be studying more and Im already struggling to take everything in. Also being a president and doing all of the jobs they do aren't really my interests. I'm not a significantly wealthy citizen either therefore I wouldn't make a very good president.

Conclusion:

Everyone should vote to get they're voice heared. Voting is an opportunity for change and to make a positive impact on what you like. You have the power to decide on what you want for generations to come and the country and voting is we're all of that matters.

Thank you for reading poetic_passionfruit

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