LUBBOCK, TX - People across the country are making their vote count, but for several, this isn't their first experience going through the election process. Seniors at the Ventura Place Living Community talk about their thoughts on the election this year.
"This year is the worst year we've ever had," says Ventura Place Resident, Thomas Nash. "This is the first year I voted and I really didn't know who to vote for. I didn't know, because they argued and fussed and called each other names, and that's not right."
Nash is not the only one unhappy with how this election has turned out.
"There's been a lot of negativity. I hate that part of it, I really do," says Paul Archinal, who is a frequent visitor at Ventura Place. "I think they've gotten away from the issue of the issues and just talk personality, which they should leave that out because that's not what we're voting for."
Nash along with Paul and his wife, Swan Archinal, have all been voting since the 1950s.
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