People on the Street: How do you feel about the election?
John Connelly, 66 of Orland
"The outcome was expected. I would like to see the parties now come together and take care of some of America's problems. I hope that happens. I voted but I don't share who I voted for. I just want to see them work together. We are a great country. If we don't work together other countries will become greater than us."
Jamie Woolbert, 45 of Gerber
"Not happy. I feel we would have had a better shot with Mitt Romney. That is who I voted for. With Obama's health care plan everyone who already has healthcare will be paying higher percentage rates out of their pockets to pay for those who don't have health care. Obama's job plan is just putting more government workers on the payroll and it's the middle class that is taxed to pay for those workers."
David Shoulders, 67 of Corning
"I love the outcome. I think Obama was doing a good job. Things were messed up when he got in and with another four years he might be able to do some good. I voted for Obama, although I have nothing against Romney. I just didn't like his views."
Josh Mix, 23 of Redding
"I feel it was horrible. I believe Obama wants this country to be communist with everyone the same, taking more from the working class and letting people live off the system for free. I think anyone on welfare should be drug tested and Obama didn't pass that. I voted for Romney all the way."
Jessica Ampi, 25 of Red Bluff
"I'm unhappy with the results. I didn't want Obama to win and I had a fit when I found he did. I was shaking I was so upset. I voted for Romney. I think with Obama we haven't seen anything positive in the past four years and you can only blame that on Bush for so long."