Candidates

Confusion over the candidates binds both parties together

By Daniel Luksan, BDJ 464.5

Published on November 9, 2016

Voters give their opinions on the 2016 presidential election outside of the Onondaga County Town Hall. Video produced by (c) 2015 Clark Luksan.

ONONDAGA, N.Y. (Democracy in Action) – Voters give their opinions on the 2016 presidential election outside of the Onondaga County Town Hall. Although opinions on the candidates varied greatly, one opinion remained the same across the board, voters are confused.

“Both of them are very confusing,” Mary Jo Scaia said.

Scaia was one of many voters who voiced a tone of confusion regarding the candidates.

“One day I’m with him, one day I’m with her,” Scaia said.

After speaking to several voters it seemed to this reporter as if no one was sure of either candidate, but showed up to take part in this historic election anyway.