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WHAT YOU SAY

MARY ZADECKI

60, NORTH LAS VEGAS.

Registered nonpartisan; semi-retired former corporate executive.

VOTED FOR: John McCain.

“I don’t feel Obama has enough behind him. Also, I love Sarah Palin. I think she’s up front; I don’t think she BSes. It’s too bad she’s not running for president. A female can get this country put together. They keep families together.”

DIANA NIETZ

36, North Las Vegas.

Registered nonpartisan; software saleswoman.

VOTED FOR: McCain.

“I voted Republican for economic reasons. I agree with Democrats on issues like gay rights, but I’m very strongly of the opinion that a lot of Democratic policies are very ineffective. I almost voted Libertarian, but I didn’t want to throw away my vote. I wish there was a Republican candidate who lined up better with me.”

JEROME DOTSON

55, North Las Vegas.

Registered Democrat; poker room supervisor.

VOTED FOR: Barack Obama.

“We need somebody to fight for us, the little guy. Joe the Plumber, that’s not me, that’s not most Americans. He’s getting ready to buy a $1 million business. What about somebody who makes 40, 50, 60 grand?”

HENRY BLAS

57, North Las Vegas.

Registered nonpartisan; retired.

VOTED FOR: Obama.

“I like the concept of change. Even though people disagree about the tax situation, I think it’s about time the middle-class people and the lower echelon take some of that wealth. It’s not about sharing the wealth, it’s about not being greedy.”

PATIENCE ANDREWS

21, North Las Vegas.

Registered Democrat; dental student.

VOTED FOR: Obama.

“There’s a lot of things I’m very concerned about: abortion, stem-cell research, the Supreme Court. I really wanted a Democrat in office because I don’t want my rights as a woman taken away.”

 

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