Pittsburg, Ks. – You’ve probably heard what plenty of political pundits think about the media declaring Joe Biden the winner of the 2020 presidential election, but what to 4-Staters think? KOAM paid a visit to Pittsburg’s Meadowbrook Mall to find out.
“Just like any election, there’s winners and there’s losers. I think it’s time that our country comes together and supports whoever ends up being president,” said Kevin from Yates Center.
“From my point of view, I think everybody involved will have to consider going on with their lives under the current or new regime, so to speak. And eventually, I think God will have the final say so. So I approach it from a spiritual point of view,” said Roger from Arma.
“I’m not quite sure if it’s over yet. I believe mail in ballots are still coming in. Either way that it’s gonna be called, recounts are going to be happening. Our political climate in general is pretty toxic with either party. Whoever wins president will be my president,” said Mady from Pittsburg.
“I feel like as a country, this really does make us look weak that we’re getting to a point where we’re battling if things are ethical or illegal. If the votes are true, if Biden truly won, than this is something we need to get passed. But it looks like this might drag on for another 6 months,” said Robert from Pittsburg.