Students Voice Concerns After Voting

By, Jacob Smith

Voters rush to polling stations in order to fulfill their civic duty in Washington, D.C..

In anticipation of Michelle Obama's arrival to vote, lines formed at School Without Walls High School to have their voices heard in this election.

As the election comes to an end, we spoke with students just after voting to hear their views on the election.

"This election was a weird election," said Andrew Givens. "I don't feel like I've had to vote against someone not being fit to be president before."

Students expressed their concerns about the reaction of voters if their preferred candidate is denied the presidency.

"I think either way people are going to be angry because this has been such a polarizing election," said Maggie McMorrow.

Regardless of the outcome, students say that we have to work together even after the election.

"I think it's going to be rough," said Isabel Salichs. "But people are going to have to accept it no matter what."

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