B.U. Students Reflect on Their Presidential Votes
11/7/2012 (Updated 11:58:51 PM)As we reported last night, there were more than a thousand students at the B.U. campus polling place--
Showing lots of enthusiasm about voting in the Presidential Election--some of them for the first time.
And many of them-but not all-were also showing a lot of entusiasm in casting their ballots for President Obama--
We went back on campus Wednesday, to see what they thought of the results, and the candidates--after the votes were counted:
"At first it was stressful because I wasn't sure which one to vote for. It was really hard for me to make a decision," said B.U. Student Zlaude Fong.
"It was uneventful. I kind of had a theory as to who would win the Presidential Election and it was true, wasn't that big a deal," commented Joe Garrant.
"I was really happy with the outcome of the election. It was a little closer than I would have liked for the Presidential Election. Luckily, Obama got both the popular and electoral vote, that's what I was looking for, that's what's really going to help America start moving forward. I'm disgustingly liberal, but I'm totally okay with that," remarked Joshua Smith.
"I'm just really glad that Mitt Romney didn't win. I'm happy Obama is re-elected," said Jennifer Hampton.
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