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  I understand Bush more than Kerry
Updated 02 November 2004, 10.24
Davina supports Bush
Davina wants to see good health care and education. She thinks George Bush is the man for the job.

"The main issues I am concerned about are health care, education and Iraq.

I think George Bush will do better on these issues than John Kerry.

I also think if we give him a chance, he will do better this year than he did last year.

The election atmosphere here in Washington DC feels normal to me.

In class we have been learning about all about the election campaign. I learnt that Bush was the president for four years.

Split vote

In my class there are about three people who support Bush and the rest support Kerry.

I have seen the TV electoral campaigns and I think Bush is more serious about his plans for the country.

I also think he explains them better than Kerry. I understand him more.

At times the TV campaigns have gone on for more than an hour, but I think it's important the candidates have time to explain their plans.

Even though I'm not old enough to vote, I'm still interested in politics and who is running the country."

Davina, 13, Washington DC

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