Jan 9, 2014|
WILK'S Karel Zubris discusses the General Election with people in NEPA.
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Carol on the street we are talking Election Day when you say the most annoying thing about Election Day. All the signs are there signs everywhere vote for me vote for me Obama. And I everywhere you drive by you see the people's names and it anywhere even after the elections they don't take them down immediately I don't think it's it makes the the the town look dirty makes it looks like littoral. -- just meeting of the candidates at the poll influenced you return you half -- shows how they react -- around other people -- crowds and individually to others so. Yes that it's a benefit to meet them do you feel about the negative ads that dirty ads and mudslinging on television even on radio. And I guess it's all it's all part of the game they're gonna have dirty ads -- we really need the dirty dad's job. Topless. Scantily clad so there's really dirty -- every voter ID to the polls with you. No I don't I just bring my license I mean I honestly think. As long as you have some kind of picture ID it shouldn't matter no because I don't think it should be needed. It's. A right to vote. And I'd rather not spend. Five minutes fighting over what somebody over whether an unofficial maybe when I could just assume the show my idea and you know I'm on my way -- you bring voter ID now. It's a good experience -- paint this is Carol policies and mistreat.