Springfield Voters: Who Did They Vote for and Why?
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Springfield Voters: Who Did They Vote for and Why?

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Mark Holmes, general contractor, & Tracy Holmes, United Way worker, Sydenstricker Precinct. Voted Biden – Mark as a “lifelong Democrat, hate seeing the divisiveness.” Tracy: “Hope; this is not how we are; we need to get back on track.”

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Suzanne Metz, Hunt Valley Precinct, teacher. Voted Biden: “Looking for a brighter future.”

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Roz Johnson, retired, Orange Hunt Precinct. Voted Trump: “Continuity of government with conservative values”

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Romayne Pereira, program assistant, Pohick Precinct. Voted Biden: “He tries to bring unity amongst everyone and will bring things back to normal. Will do his job so we don’t have to worry; most of all he will bring peace.”

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Haley Blankinship, student, Orange Hunt Precinct. Voted Trump: “He’s most peaceful, extremely successful, and follows what he promises.

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Stephen, student, Robert, computer security, and Elizabeth Fike, financial risk manager; Hunt Valley Precinct. Voted – all for Biden. Stephen drove from Newport News college to vote in his first presidential election. He said, “It’s every citizen’s duty to vote; share most values with him, while he may not be perfect he will be best.” Elizabeth: “Can’t complain if you aren’t going to vote.”

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Matt Stalker, Hunt Valley Precinct, not working. Voted Biden: “He’s not crazy.”

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Ryan Yanchuleff, with daughter Eleanor, Hunt Valley Precinct, software developer. Voted Trump: “Lean more in the conservative ranks.”

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Mike Droblinis, Hunt Valley Precinct, IT company owner. Voted – write in: “Policy-wise, align with Republicans, but don’t feel President Trump does; Democrats won’t be good for the country.”

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Julia Davis, homemaker, Orange Hunt Precinct. Voted Trump: “I’m really happy with his policy positions and his accomplishments and policies.”

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Beth Foreman with son Jackson, education programs director, Orange Hunt Precinct. Voted Biden: “Togetherness, unity, common decency, and empathy – core things along with his values and his policies.”