Bennett: As this campaign draws to a close, I have to say, it’s been a pleasure working with all of you. Win or lose, we fought the good fight.

. . . although if we lose, then it obviously wasn’t good enough.

Poe: Isn’t the election tonight? Are you going to watch the results?

Miranda: The only race I care about is the one where Dad might own a Congressman, and my phone is set to let me know when it gets decided. Why stay glued to the numbers all night? There’s nothing I can do about them now.

Poe: You’re very pragmatic, Master.

Miranda: Besides, it won’t make much of a difference, no matter who wins. Politicians like him, they lose one race, they’ll go find another. They don’t know what to do with their lives other than running for things.

Emma: So this is also Patrick! Gosh, you don’t even look old enough to vote.

Patrick: I’m at least six thousand years old. But I’m also not human, so my legal voting age is “never.”