We all have our own opinions on what happened tonight at this debate between President Trump and Former Vice President Joe Biden. Yet we can all agree that we have learned things from this debate that will stick with us until the polls open in November.
1. Always be informed
Whether you are voting for the first time or the 50th, you need to be informed. Get to know each candidate and find out what they truly stand for. You might be a Republican leaning towards Trump or a Democrat leaning towards Biden. All that matters is finding out where you stand on your beliefs and where they line up.
2. Know the person they were
The past shouldn't define us, yet it does in so many ways. The past very much comes up in the way of wanting to become President. You truly need to look at the past of both candidates. Both of these candidates have done some not so good things in the past, but it all matters on where you want to settle your vote for the future
3, Who do you want your children looking up to
This is the real question many parents should ask themselves. Who would they want their children looking up to? Would you want your children to be looking up to a bully and a man with past sexual assault charges on him? Or would you rather have your child look up to someone with a somewhat clean past, despite a few bad moments which he has admitted to. Who would you want your children looking up to?
4. How they have handled our current issues
Over the past few months we have had many things happen to us, the Black Lives Matter Movement and the crisis of Covid-19. We truly need to look at how these two men handled these situations, for better or for worse? What were the differences in how they each dealt with these situations. That is truly what matters, what they are each doing for the American people