Carol Geraci describes herself as politically “middle-of-the-road,” the kind of person who can get along with anybody.
For more than four decades, the Smyrna grandmother voted for Republicans, but in recent years she believes the party has drifted too far to the right. In November, she plans to cast her ballot for Democrat Joe Biden, less because of his platform and more to register her opposition to President Donald Trump.
“I go on character,” Geraci said, “and Trump doesn’t have character.”
Sabrina Mao of Marietta is firmly in the opposite direction. To her, the protests that erupted during the social justice movement prove that Democrats have no “moral grounding.”
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