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Voters Speak Out About Their Presidential Pick

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SALISBURY, Md.- Is it Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton? One of the two is poised to be our next president. There was no shortage of voters turning out Tuesday in Wicomico County to cast their ballots, and they were eager to speak out about their top presidential pick. 

It's no surprise the big ticket ballot question creating all the buzz at polling places across Wicomico County--Who is your pick for president and why? There was no shortage of eager voters willing to speak out about their top presidential pick. 

"You know Hillary, because I'm a Democrat all the way. I think Donald Trump is too radical for us right now," William Mitchell said. 

Rebecca Dean agreed and added, "Just everything she has lined up for us is just better. I can't get with Donald Trump, I just cannot do it."

There were many other voters that did "Get with Trump."

Tom Waggoner said, "I voted for Donald Trump because I thought he's the best candidate hands down. I like his conservative policies and I like his business sense. He'll definitely help us."

 "I voted for Trump because I would like to make America great again, I believe he's a great businessman, he can run the country and I think he has a lot of sense as far as his campaign ideas," Jennifer Muir said. 

Some voters said staying true to their party affiliate was important.

Paulette Woodowson said, "I voted Republican because I don't believe the Democrats are doing the country any good. It's just gone downhill. I don't trust Hillary at all, I don't believe her, I think she will hurt the country more than she would help it."

Others cast their ballot using a different strategy.

"I voted for Hillary just because it's the lesser of two evils. It's not really a political thing for me it's more of personal," Angela Bounds said. 

Whether Republican or Democrat, voters on both sides did agree on one thing, the importance of getting out to vote in this unprecedented and historic election. 

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