Voters react to election in the Hudson Valley
Commuters talk about their expectations for President Obama while they wait for their trains at the Tarrytown train staion. (Nov. 7, 2012)
I'm so grateful that President Obama was re-elected," said John Corcoran, 50, of Congers as he waits for his train "Both sides of the aisle are in Washington to serve the country as a whole," Corcoran said. "Do the job you were elected to do. Find the consensus."
"Somehow we have got to get the two parties together," said Pam Chavez, 62, of Tarrytown, who owns a furniture manufacturing company. "That's the biggest issue. The Republicans just don't want to work with Democrats but they have to."
"It was a nervous night but everything turned out as I expected." says Josh Nedelman, 28, of Tarrytown, while he waits for his train at that Tarrytown train station. (Nov. 7, 2012)
"I would like to see some chanage in terms of giving legal status to illegal immigrants who work really hard and even pay taxes." says Patricia Ruiz, 35, of Tarrytown, while she waits for her train at the Tarrytown train station.