Interview with Rosie Mars
QUESTION 3
MADISON DAVIS LACY:

How did you feel when got it out, when he won that primary?

ROSIE MARS:

I get goose bumps. I, if this blouse wasn't, you know, long sleeve, I get goose bumps. I felt like I was a part of something. He say, you know, we were making history, you know. So, I was a part of it. I was the small person in the corner that wouldn't get the big headlines but I made it happen.** I was a part of it, without the little people, but Harold recognized it, he recognized it. And, ah, he made the little people work, I mean like he say, can you give me a hundred? I mean, can you give me a 100 percent, you know, and once you give me a 100 percent, I want 110. Can you do it? Yeah, I can do it. I can do it. I can do it. And he left you with that. You know what I'm saying? He didn't take it away. No matter how tired you felt you were, if he say, can you? You could. And I, I'm still in.