“I’m very excited,” about the inauguration and new presidency. "I’m very optimistic because I think things will change for the better. I hope we can undo all the stuff Trump did and I want to …
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“I’m very excited,” about the inauguration and new presidency.
"I’m very optimistic because I think things will change for the better. I hope we can undo all the stuff Trump did and I want to say 'go back to normal,' but I don’t think that can happen."
— Reid Alexander, 23, teaches kids' fitness in Highlands Ranch, Englewood resident
“I’m very proud, especially with Kamala Harris. Women’s rights have come a long way and I feel like she's going to be a big part of his administration ... I feel like she will bring a positive spin on women's rights. Plus she's so smart legally. Maybe she can help bring the country back together.
“I feel like there's so many people in a different reality right now and I can't relate to their reality because I feel like it's skewed and it's not right, and so maybe (Biden and Harris) can somehow ... bring us all back together."
— Marie Denonville, 61, retired, Highlands Ranch resident
“I'm not certain about the next four years ... I'm an optimist so I hope that the economy ignites again and I hope it's raging.
“We will wait and see what happens. I hope for the best, I hope the whole division rhetoric just sort of tamps down.”
— Chuck Erle, 50, Highlands Ranch resident
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