Today Is Showdown Time
For almost all of the last two years, the people of America and all around the world have been really concerned about our presidential election. Finally, today is the showdown time.
Our news team along with many scholars and community leaders will get together tonight to discuss the outcome of the election.
In the past one hundred years, because the United States is the strongest world leader, our influence spreads into many fields including the democratic political system and we want many countries to follow our lead.
Tonight the final counting of the ballots will show who will be the winner for president. This election year has been very unusual. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, most of the voters needed to cast their votes early or through the mail.
We as the Asian American community understand that many federal government policies are directly related to our lives, especially in the areas of immigration, education and social welfare. Most people who came to this country were looking for an opportunity and not for a handout.
We are so glad that these political games are over and whoever becomes our next president will unite us as a nation and not divide us.
I really appreciate our news team and the many guests who will join us tonight. Your comments and attendance will be highly appreciated by us as well as by the many in the audience from all around the globe.