WATCH: Salena Zito warns voter behavior will depend on issues, not demographics

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WATCH: Salena Zito warns voter behavior will depend on issues, not demographics

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The Washington Examiner’s Salena Zito warned Monday that voters will be casting their ballots based on issues affecting them and not based on their race or location.

“What struck me is there is this assumption that people are going to vote a certain way either based on their race, or where they live, or their life experiences,” she said on America’s Newsroom. “But that is very much on the surface level.”

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“If you really listen to the voter, they are actually telling you how they are going to vote based on the things that are really concerning them,” she explained.

Giving an example, Zito said, “When I drove in here this morning to come to the studio, my gas was $4.19 a gallon.”

“That impacts a voter like Fred Rush,” she added, referencing a voter she recently spoke to in Pennsylvania. She explained that “Erie, where Fred Rush lives, is having an incredible problem with overdoses with fentanyl.”

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According to her, voters such as Rush “get lost in all the discussion, but their vote is very important.” She further suggested that voters like him will decide Tuesday’s elections.

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