Expected Graduation Year: 2020
Major(s)/ Minor(s) or Expected (major): Undecided
Hometown: Franklin Lakes, NJ
Personal Political Philosophy
My “must read” title for college students seeking to understand something about this election: When Character Was King: A Story of Ronald Reagan by Peggy Noonan
My approach to or philosophy of American politics and elections: “A vote is like a rifle: its usefulness depends upon the character of the user.” – Theodore Roosevelt
The four (4) people (living or deceased) I would invite to dinner for the purpose of better understanding American political life are: Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Jefferson, Ronald Reagan, Martin Luther King Jr.
Wake the Vote Experience
My most memorable Wake the Vote experience so far: My most memorable Wake the Vote experience so far was meeting Chelsea Clinton. Meeting Chelsea Clinton gave me a unique opportunity to gain more insight on Hillary Clinton’s campaign from a first hand source. Chelsea was also very humorous and shared wonderful stories about her experience growing up in the The White House and her life with politics. I feel very fortunate to have had the opportunity to meet Chelsea Clinton through Wake the Vote.
There are two things that I know for sure will happen on election day. First there is a 99.9% chance that I am on the edge of my seat all day checking the polls every 5 minutes. Second I will be feeling a constant nervous anticipation throughout the entire day. To...read more
Believe it or not, the very first book that I read on my own was about fun facts about each president of the United States. Without knowing it, I began to develop a deep passion for American history and politics, which today has manifested into my participation of...read more