Hailed in: Hell’s Kitchen
Hails from: New Orleans
Man, I’m getting worried that it’s going to be Romney. I check polling blogs every day; I never used to do anything like that in other elections, even 2008. I wish I lived in a swing state; seems almost pointless to vote here unless it’s for mayor or something. But obviously I’m still going to vote. I think everyone has to. I’m dragging my family out to do it with me; I want my son to pull the lever. Who knows the next time he’ll have the chance to vote for a black president? I think on Election Day if anyone tells me I’m driving them to their voting place, I’m going to let them ride for free.
Hailed on: The Lower East Side
Hails from: Ivory Coast
I feel like it will be Obama, but it’s hard to tell because this is New York, and there’s hardly anyone here who I talk to who doesn’t want Obama. If they’re not voting for Obama, they’re not voting. As for the rest of the country, there are probably people who want the Republicans. I can’t imagine why, I really can’t. They are saying things that are just lies, and even if you were a Republican I don’t see why you would want to vote for someone who lies that much and is caught doing it.
Hailed in: Fort Greene
Hails from: The Bronx
Obama! It has to be. I get worried when the news talks about polls, but you can’t focus on that shit. Obama killed bin Laden, and I feel like I would be out of a job if he hadn’t won four years ago. Anyone who doesn’t like him is just a racist cocksucker. Those birthers? Fucking assholes.