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Are you happy with the outcome of the election?

Published: Thursday, November 8, 2012

Updated: Wednesday, November 14, 2012 20:11

Patrick Martins

Laney Tower

Analicia Kapellas

Laney Tower

Kristine Clara

Laney Tower

Sima Bakilana

Laney Tower

Azeb Hailu

Laney Tower

Suraj Pandey

Laney Tower

 

I was happy Obama won for sure. Propositions 30 and 32 I was most concerned about because I work in education and go to school.

Patrick Martens

Undecided

 

Actually, I voted for Romney. I don’t hate Obama—I like some of the things he does. I’m very against what he thinks about abortion. I’m not mad he won but I do hope he changes his mind on abortion.

Analicia Kapellas

Undecided

 

I voted for Romney but I’m not upset with the outcome. I just knew Obama would win again. I don’t agree with gay marriage and abortion. I’m hoping this time around things will be a little different.

Kristine Clara

Psychology

 

Considering the two options, I’m happy that Obama won. I think his policies are better for black people, women, the working class, and students.

Sima Bakilana

Business Administration

 

I was happy. Even though I’m an international student and couldn’t get involved in the election, I really supported Obama’s ideas. I hope there are more change in the U.S.

Azeb Hailu

Medicine

 

Yes. I like the ideas Obama has and how he’s tried so hard in the past four years. I’ve seen the changes and how he’s fighting for the middle class.

Suraj Pandey

Computer Science

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