Tina B lives in Selden, NY. A registered voter, the issues that mean the most to her are foreign policy, gay marriage, jobs/economy and military spending.
Tina has yet to decide which candidate she will be voting for.
"I honestly don't have a preferred candidate. I don't like what Obama is doing. He keeps trying to do little things to take the attention off what he is actually not doing. The economy is the worst it's ever been with no signs of slowing down. I don't want trust-fund-baby Romney in office either though. The way he talks makes it seem like the middle class, who is already burdened enough, is going to bear the brunt of this supposed 'economic reform' they keep mentioning. If the election were tomorrow, I would vote for any other name on the ballot."
We asked, "Election 2012 is important because?"
She replied, "The economy needs change. It doesn't need promises of change. It needs action."
When asked if she voted in 2008, she answered, "No. Honestly, I was busy and totally forgot. Oops!"
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