Eliza opened her uncle's pizza parlor for the day, quickly heading to the back to get her nostalgic apron, right where she left it last night. The dreadful news hadn't reach her ears until noontime, where lunch for the town's elderly folks rushed in for the brick oven-baked pizza pies. Teno, a young member of the town, was found brutally murdered. "Was it the work of the mob?" Eliza wondered. The talk of the gruesome murder put an atmosphere of mourning from the old folks. "He was such a fine boy," the elderly men murmured about.
To balance out the bad news, word of a running ballot reached the pizza parlor. Just around that time, Eliza's uncle sent her off for her break. Deciding to cast her vote, Eliza left the pizzeria and darted for the Town Hall. The townspeople had already come and wrote names upon pieces of paper, which they inserted into ballot boxes. "Who should I vote for?" Eliza asked herself.
"It should be somebody in law," Eliza thought and writing Aiden on a piece of paper, casted her vote on the lawyer, and town local, for mayor.