Voters sound off
on November 2, 2010
Today Richmond residents cast their votes on several controversial measures including the future of Point Molate and legalizing marijuana. Richmond Confidential caught up with a few voters outside the polling stations today to ask how they voted and why.
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With all due respect, if you wanted to show clips from the voters, why were three of the five people interviewed either candidates or working on the campaigns of the candidates? Wouldn’t this give a false impression of how the people really think?
And out of the nearly 50 polling places, why was only one chosen for interviews?