Jasmyn Morere| Staff Writer
A first-time voter, Roberts values the right to vote. “My vote is just one of many,” he said, “but I feel it’s an honor to participate in something established since the founding of our country.” Roberts recommend everyone participate in early voting. “It takes around ten minutes to vote at Talley, and the convenience of being on campus is hard to beat,” said Roberts.
According to the N.C. State Student Government website, all students need to do in order to vote is ensure that they register at their campus address. Students who have not registered can do so in Talley, provided that they vote early. Students registered elsewhere can register and Early Vote at the same time.
Those students who filled out a ballot prior to Monday, Oct. 22, made their decision without seeing the final presidential debate. While this may concern some voters, others on campus are still confident with their decision. “I’ve already seen one of the candidates in action for four years,” said Roberts, “and I made my decision awhile ago.”
Early voting ends on Nov. 3.