Formerly Undecided Voters React to Election Results
Female Republican voter afraid of being ‘ripped apart’ for her decision.
By AMNA NAWAZ and ADAM RIVERA
November 9, 2016, 10:52 PM
• 1 min read
-- Two of the most disliked major party candidates vying for the highest office in the land left many undecided voters wringing their hands until the last minute. For three young voters in three, key states whom ABC News has been tracking, their decisions came down to the wire.
Carolyn Garavente, of Greensboro, NC, spent much of the year struggling to back Donald Trump as her party’s candidate, ultimately deciding to sideline her concerns and cast her ballot for the businessman.
Lacey Dickinson, a Democrat in Philadelphia, Penn., watched the headlines and debates closely as she decided between Hillary Clinton and Green Party candidate Jill Stein, ultimately “voting her conscience” for the third-party candidate.
And Peter Macone, of Manchester, NH, eventually swung his strong primary support for Sen. Bernie Sanders to Clinton.
Now that America has voted, and President-Elect Donald Trump has won, how do these three view their votes in hindsight?