St. Louis voices and the 2016 election

Kimberly Adams Oct 6, 2016
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Ted Drewes manager Travis Dillon outside the frozen custard shop.  Kimberly Adams/Marketplace

St. Louis voices and the 2016 election

Kimberly Adams Oct 6, 2016
Ted Drewes manager Travis Dillon outside the frozen custard shop.  Kimberly Adams/Marketplace
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You’ve probably been hearing a lot about the elections from the media and from friends and family. On the streets of the city where Sunday’s debate is being held, discussion about the election is heating up. 

Marketplace’s Kimberly Adams visited St Louis, where she was born and raised, to talk to locals about what they think of the election and the candidates.

To hear from St. Louis locals, tune in using the audio player above. 

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