When we cast a ballot, it's personal. About as personal as it gets.
That’s easy to forget when we talk about big blocks of voters -- congressional districts or entire states.
So Blue State host Chery Glaser takes it to the personal level and talks with two voters.
In Charleston, Deana Samms is a family therapist and an evangelical Christian. She voted for Donald Trump in 2016 but struggled with that decision.
In Southern California, Linda Rife is a music composer. She identifies as "liberal," but she’s registered as an independent.
What are you thinking?