With just more than a week standing between the United States and election day, voters may feel like they have heard every issue addressed by each candidate.
- The economy? Check.
- Defense spending? Check.
- Healthcare? Double check.
So when a voter mentions a less mainstream issue that motivates him to show up on Nov. 6, a reporter can’t help but listen.
In attendance of a Boone County Republican sponsored debate watch party, Eric decided to speak with Project Open Vault in order to share his passion for the space program and the race for helium acquisition.
Eric claimed it was more than space exploration — it was about being a nation that reigned supreme. He used the space program as an example of America’s demise into a mediocre nation with less freedom than ever before.
Eric wants America to regain its global authority while re-establishing family values, credibility and the American dream.
Coincidentally, Doug Worsham feels as if his American dream is being trampled by the new freedoms of others.
Worsham identified himself as an independent conservative voter who is disappointed in the demise of America’s moral fiber. A Christian man, Worsham believes that real change happens spiritually, not politically.
Equally interesting, Worsham will vote this election for candidates who vow to prevent government intrusion in the church while hoping the teachings of Christianity influence lawmakers’ decisions. Worsham said he is a voter that votes to protect conservative social issues.
p class=”MsoNormal”>Ultimately, we met two people at the same watch party with the same political affiliation, but two different reasons to cast a ballot.