People look forward to the end of Elections
People in Grand Junction probably aren't the only ones who're ready for the presidential elections to wrap up.
It's been a long and tight race, and now folks seem to be anxious for the final decision to be made, and for the campaign to come to a close.
These are the voices of people and voters who're excited for the elections to come to a close.
With such an important and close race for the presidential spot, the elections have naturally received a high amount exposure.
Exposure, some say, that they're ready to say goodbye to.
Grand Junction local, Nikki Towles said, "With all the media and everything that's on the internet, I’m ready for it to be over, I feel like it's been a really long campaign season."
"All the negativity especially on your Facebook page, where it's every other post, people saying that if you don't agree with me you're wrong, it's just really frustrating to get bombarded by that," said local Staci Reed.
"I'll be glad to get back to business as usual, without all the campaign rhetoric," said a member of the Bloemsma family.
"I hope that whoever wins the presidential election, that he is able to you know, move our county forward and make things better, and that the people who's candidate didn't win, are still able to support him because regardless of how you feel he is still our president for the next four years," said Staci Reed.
Remember elections aren't over yet, you still have two days to vote if you haven't already.
Our news team will be covering elections all day on Tuesday, with live coverage and frequent updates to keep you all informed.
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