U.S. Senator Russ Feingold says he’s not sure if a democrat or a republican will come out on top in November, but this election is getting more people involved than ever before.
Feingold spoke Monday to the Rotary Club in Wausau where he talked to members and Rotary guests about is continued Commitment to Bipartisanship in 2008. He also spoke about healthcare, the environment, and election reform and the issues that surround this election.
He said, "I think it’s really good for the country to be engaged in this...and I think its good for us."
The Senator complimented on Democratic Presidential Candidate Barack Obama’s ability to gain the attention of young voters…
"It looks like Obama may win again tonight...they always say young people don’t get involved, maybe this years going to be a different outcome."