Marbella Hinojosa Aguilar. Correspondent from Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Today is Election Day between Democrats and Republicans. Hillary Clinton´s campaign manager says that Democratic presidential nominee is a building a “firewall” in states, with early voting which includes 34 states. Many of these states are highly supporting Clinton that includes Latinos, Asians and college-educated women.
The elections will take place today November 8th, 2016 between Hillary Clinton representing the Democrats and Donald Trump representing the Republicans. People´s vote is very important but also the legislative´s vote take a great impact on this election, without forgetting some of the States with higher number of legislators, California, Texas, Florida and New York.
Here are some of Hillary’s proposals for presidency. “For families making less than $125.000 a year, we will eliminate tuition” for in-state students at public colleges. Pass comprehensive immigration reform with the path to citizenship that keeps families together. Affordable health care to more people. Fighting for equal pay. Not raise middle-class taxes. Increase the federal minimum wage.
On the other hand we have the Republican Donald Trump with his proposals for presidency and some of them are, “Build a wall” and make Mexico pay for it, temporarily ban Muslims from entering the United States, bring manufacturing jobs back, impose tariffs on goods made in China and Mexico, leave Social Security as is by leaving the retirement age and benefits intact, cut taxes, bomb and or take the oil from ISIS.
Comparing some of the most remarkable proposals from both parties I ask the audience who will you vote for? What will be more convenient for you as an individual, family or senior citizen to have as a President?
There are many people who think this has been the most ridiculous election regarding if they are Democrats or Republicans and many wouldn’t vote for either main candidate. While Donald Trump has a few valid points in his arguments, there are many better ways he could have come across with his views like abortion, his mockery for women, handicapped people and immigrants. Almost everything he has said about all of those has been insults and terrible remarks.
On the other hand Hillary Clinton has been trying to be elected for office for what seems like forever. She is extremely qualified, she has decades of experience in political office and one of the biggest appeals of Hilary Clinton, is that she would be making history as the first female President.