Voters Weigh How the 2016 Election has Transformed America

  • David Rosenberger: “I’m registered as a Republican, but haven’t voted Republican in years. I just never bothered changing my- I got tired of the do-nothing Congress and I never bothered changing parties.” Photo by Jackson Shrout

Students from Prof. Lisa Phillips’ Feature Writing class and Prof. Rachel Somerstein’s Journalism 1 class went to the polls to interview voters in the 2016 election. Here’s what voters had to say.

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At the Polls: SUNY New Paltz Students Take a Stand

Wed Nov 9 , 2016
Students from Prof. Lisa Phillips’ Feature Writing class and Prof. Rachel Somerstein’s Journalism 1 class spoke to first-time voters at SUNY New Paltz about their feelings and experiences with the election. Here are some of their views.    

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