Kathleen, Lucas and Charlotte Keilman, and Rosemarie Pullano, Hoboken NJKathleen: I think [Secretary Clinton] in general, keeping a positive message, and talking about what she’s going to do, and being very upbeat and spirited, compared to what’s happening in the debates. So overall just in general the spirit of the rally was just amazing.
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Gwen Vance, Philadelphia, and Darlene Thompson, NJGwen: The rally was good, it was very uplifting, she said some funny things. . . . I have two children and three grandchildren, so it’s very important to me that [college is affordable]. . . . My daughter went to Temple. Even with me working there, we still went into debt having to pay that. She’s still paying.Darlene: She talks about making sure that everybody gets a decent wage, bringing more good jobs for the middle class and the working class as we grew up, in that generation where our parents worked and were able to take care of the family. . . . We’re looking forward to a wonderful election. It’s historic.
Joyce Meder100% animal rights. People don’t know [Hillary Clinton] supports legislation for people when there’s a disaster they can take their pets to a shelter. . . . She’s against poaching and also against puppy mills, so she has a 100% voting record for animals. Whereas Donald Trump’s sons trophy hunt, they killed a cheetah, a water buck, crocodiles. He’s a croc.
Penn FreshmenJay Vaingankar: She’s an inspiration. She wants America to go forward, and Donald Trump wants to make America go backward. That’s the biggest difference, and it’s not even a question. She’s an inspiration.Sam Kesler: It was amazing how positive everything was, how she spoke to the audience and it felt like she was covering all the issues in a meaningful way. It wasn’t just hate, it wasn’t just rhetoric, it was just good decent morals.Kate Orlovskaya: I kind of just loved how she put an emphasis on women and minority groups. I liked how she included LGBT groups and she included racial minorities, and she spoke about that very eloquently.
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