For Southwest Center city couple Albert and Alethia Weaver, election season has meant living in a house divided.
He supports Republican Mitt Romney and she supports Democratic President Barack Obama. And the Weavers -- who both voted this morning at Chester A. Arthur School and 20th and Catharine streets -- just can’t stop debating their picks.
Albert Weaver: “The last four years, all Obama did was talk game.”
Alethia Weaver: “[Romney’s] not going to do no better.”
Albert Weaver: “Romney is going to do great. He’s business oriented.”
Alethia Weaver: “It’s all talk.”
It’s been like this in the Weaver house for months. Albert Weaver, 49, a consultant at a funeral home, said Romney will be better for jobs and the economy. But his wife says Romney can’t back up his promises and said she doesn’t like his plans to restrict abortion rights.