President Obama delivered his second inaugural address today in Washington, D.C. Two voters who chose him in November, and one who didn't react to the president's address. Horacio Soberon-Ferrer is an independent Florida voter and vice president of the Alliance for Aging. Hermene Hartman is the editor-in-chief of N’Digo Magazine. John Rampe is a registered Republican and president of an Ohio manufacturing company.
Todd Zwillich, our Washington correspondent, was in the heart of the action last night at the Obama campaign headquarters in Chicago. The last time Renee Amore and Hermene Hartman spoke, Renee, who is the Deputy Chair of the Pennsylvania Republican State Committee, tried to convince Hermene to vote for Romney. Today, they discuss the outcome of ...
Hermene Hartman was an enthusiastic supporter of President Obama in 2008. Earlier this month we spoke with Ms. Hartman about how she thinks there has been "disappointment in Barack Obama as an African American" and that "there’s been no focus and deliberation with the black community." Her comments elicited a widespread backlash.
Sometimes we’re madly in love with our candidates, but sometimes that love fades. That's been the case for Hermene Hartman, an Obama supporter from Chicago.