Despite current electoral challenges, Kathleen Kennedy Townsend talks about how America's women's movement inspired her to become a politician. Part of her election platform addresses gun control issues, highlighted by the recent sniper shootings. She also talks about her personal tragedies and painful memories of her father, Robert Kennedy, who was assasinated during his election campaign.
St. Charles County, Maryland resident May May Than praises Lt. Governor Kennedy's efforts in education reforms and supports her gun control law. However, May May Than criticizes one of her projects that resulted in a deficit of 1.7 billion dollars. May May Than is eager to see Ms. Kennedy elected as the first woman governor of Maryland.