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Presidential race too close to call at Unis

2 Comments 02 November 2012

By Ali Haidar
Unis Middle School

It’s a close race. Lately, many people are starting to warm up to Mitt Romney. Not good for Barack Obama. Here is what the teachers of Unis Middle School said:

History teacher Tony Amorose, a Republican, says he has very good reasons for voting for Mitt Romney. “I believe Barack Obama’s policies have led to great harm to our economy,” Amorose said. “He has not provided proper leadership in foreign affairs and he has not done enough to provide for our national security.”

He also said that when he votes for Romney, he thinks that Romney could greatly improve the economy, reduce unemployment and reduce how much money we borrow.

Language arts teacher Donna Barranger, an independent, said that she honestly wouldn’t vote for anyone. She thought neither candidate is fit to run the country, but if she had to pick, she would vote for Romney.

“I feel he will help the economy more,” she said. “He has more business experience. He also has a better financial background than Barack Obama.” She added that in four years, her expectations for Obama were not met.

Social studies teacher April Kincaid is a Democrat who said she is voting for Obama because his programs and plans have benefited middle class America. She’s not voting for Romney because his ideas will benefit only the upper class.

After reading this, whom do you think you are going to vote for? Make sure on Nov. 6, you go to your local voting station and vote!

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  1. Cool Story, Great lead.

  2. Ali Farhat says:

    cool story


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Unis School serves grades K-8 in the Dearborn Public School District. The school principal is Heyam Alcodray. These are its beliefs about education:

  • A student's highest potential includes improvements academically, artistically, emotionally and socially.
  • Student achievement requires a cooperative effort among parents, teachers and the community to provide encouragement and reinforce core values.
  • Good instruction is assessment-driven, outcomes-based, active, and engaging.
  • Effective instruction touches the world of each student providing for different learning styles and needs.
  • Education is a life-long process that prepares students to be successful, contributing citizens in a changing world.

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