My take: Thoughts on the election

Cady Kuzmich/Gazette ReporterCady Kuzmich/Gazette Reporter

By Cady Kuzmich
Gazette Reporter

 

Clifton Park — With the presidential election around the corner, we wanted to hear your two cents on the candidates and what’s at stake. Here’s what we heard from folks at the Clifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library.

 

Cady Kuzmich/Gazette Reporter With the presidential election around the corner, we wanted to hear your two cents on the candidates and what’s at stake. Here’s what we heard from folks at the Clifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library. “I think the integrity of our government is at stake. This election can decide whether an elitist system advances or whether we can take a step back to make it more of a people’s choice.”  -- Brielle Korenowski.

Cady Kuzmich/Gazette Reporter

“I think the integrity of our government is at stake. This election can decide whether an elitist system advances or whether we can take a step back to make it more of a people’s choice.” — Brielle Korenowski.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cady Kuzmich/Gazette Reporter With the presidential election around the corner, we wanted to hear your two cents on the candidates and what’s at stake. Here’s what we heard from folks at the Clifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library. “It’s a change election. It’s going to be hard to understand how people are going to vote.” -- Chuck Bassett.

Cady Kuzmich/Gazette Reporter

“It’s a change election. It’s going to be hard to understand how people are going to vote.” — Chuck Bassett.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cady Kuzmich/Gazette Reporter With the presidential election around the corner, we wanted to hear your two cents on the candidates and what’s at stake. Here’s what we heard from folks at the Clifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library. “I think most people want a big change. They’re sick of big government lying to them.” -- Genie Bassett.

Cady Kuzmich/Gazette Reporter

“I think most people want a big change. They’re sick of big government lying to them.” — Genie Bassett.