FiveThirtyEight interviews voter Fletcher Gonzalez | FiveThirtyEight

FiveThirtyEight interviews voter (or non-voter) Fletcher Gonzalez about his views on the 2020 election.
3:43 | 10/24/20

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Un food in. You. My name's Fletcher I live in Tennessee and middle Tennessee. I'm. I was a special Ed teacher. Out of college and so I worked innocent school's. Side generational poverty. And I think they're really bothered me that in America the richest nation in the history of the world. That we still have poverty on such generational poverty. And it's. How unfair to education is public education. When you look at different neighborhoods. And I think that really shaped main that was a huge issue Bernie Sanders are talking about that. Long time ago which is kind of how I gravitated towards him from. My wife. You know and our Gerri names. Have a child had to have some surgery is that if we didn't have some laws we have now. She. I don't know might have died from outside had a friend to out of school with. And and he. He got a blood disease and he dived at any Danica in the hospital because he was a contract worker and he didn't have. Com he did not want to pay him. Two to get a hospital because he that'd be tonight's indicate is that sick for it turned out news that blood poisoning any any. And I think it's shameful that. End of richest country in the world that we have. People who are afraid. To get health care because of how much is gonna cost. And I voted for burying a primary in 2008 I was gonna vote for a bomb until he. Decided to take corporate tax money even he said it was something that's wrong. So I don't vote for him before that. I voted four. John Kerry does the first person I voted for. Just because I was young and show. Bush was not very popular. Times and still consider any boating. I I think. I think we should not just give our vote to somebody. Right away like I want my entire live. He's not really doing anything to do that I mean I'm in Tennessee it's going to be red. So AA doesn't really matter in the first place. Dean. You know accepted and there trailer and two sixteen seems like the dean seized in the same thing all over again and I don't think it's gonna work. And I'd rather you know knocked off about living person morn that I don't believe them. Oh. I'm. We should I think our every should count the where electoral system operates now it's just not true. My in Tennessee does not count if we had a comprehensive. Reform. For our elections. Step in the right direction. And options. Child or side. Enough. Right choice though it would be awesome we should do that makes so much sense. Why don't you do that. I don't know. From. So it's important vote that we need to change. The way it we've it's that every person seen those matters boom.

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