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万花筒 2010-11-05&11-06 听普通选民讲述自己的投票

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We are back from our DECISION 2010 headquarters here at 30 Rockefeller Plaza1 in New York. Last night on this broadcast, before the polls had closed, we heard the personal stories of four voters from around this country, and what was on their minds as they went to cast their ballots2. Well, tonight those results are in. Our own Rehema Ellis asked very same voters about the message they sent.
These four voters knew what they wanted when they went to the polls. The question today, how do they feel about what they got?
Cautious.
Disappointed.
I have very mixed feelings.
I'm very optimistic.
In Rock Hill, South Carolina, Sheila Huckabee watched the late night election returns from home.
That's a problem because you've got now, for the president...
An independent, this mother and school administrator3 lives in a state where 70 percent of eighth graders are behind in math. She split the ticket yesterday, but it didn't go her way.
I'm also a little nervous because all of the candidates who were elected have mixed records on their views of public education. And I'm very concerned about the funding for public education in the future.
Fred Sotello, a businessman and father in San Diego, is a longtime Democrat4, but voted against his party in the Senate race, saying he was looking for change, especially when it comes to immigration.
This is something we need to get off the table. The immigration issue is definitely been a dark cloud over our country.
In Chicago, 23-year-old law school student James DeAngelo campaigned for the Republican ticket and is happy with the election. He's part of the wave of white male Republicans who helped shift the balance of power in the House of Representatives, an extension of conservatives' unhappiness with President Obama. Nationwide, 54 percent of all voters said they wanted change.
Think it's very exciting for job growth and the economic outlook for the next few years.
In Miami, Democrat Arlona Davis is Democrat Arlona Davis is staying strong considering her party took a beating. Even so, now she wants both sides to get to work. Don't focus on President Obama and him getting out of there. That's neither here or there. You were sent there to work for the people to help this country,and that's what you need to be doing. The day after an election, voices of voters who exercised their power.
Rehema Ellits,NBC News from New York.


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1 plaza v2yzD     
n.广场,市场
参考例句:
  • They designated the new shopping centre York Plaza.他们给这个新购物中心定名为约克购物中心。
  • The plaza is teeming with undercover policemen.这个广场上布满了便衣警察。
2 ballots 06ecb554beff6a03babca6234edefde4     
n.投票表决( ballot的名词复数 );选举;选票;投票总数v.(使)投票表决( ballot的第三人称单数 )
参考例句:
  • They're counting the ballots. 他们正在计算选票。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • The news of rigged ballots has rubbed off much of the shine of their election victory. 他们操纵选票的消息使他们在选举中获得的胜利大为减色。 来自《简明英汉词典》
3 administrator SJeyZ     
n.经营管理者,行政官员
参考例句:
  • The role of administrator absorbed much of Ben's energy.行政职务耗掉本很多精力。
  • He has proved himself capable as administrator.他表现出管理才能。
4 democrat Xmkzf     
n.民主主义者,民主人士;民主党党员
参考例句:
  • The Democrat and the Public criticized each other.民主党人和共和党人互相攻击。
  • About two years later,he was defeated by Democrat Jimmy Carter.大约两年后,他被民主党人杰米卡特击败。
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