I think that Jason McDowell has a very different voice from whom we have read, being Todd Morozinski. While their subjects are different in the articles they have written, there is also a distinct difference in the language and format that they apply. In Jason McDowell’s case, he uses a very matter-of-fact tone and really lets the reality of the situation that he shows set in. This can be seen throughout his article, “Buildings Demolished for Parking Lots” where he states, “No matter what the reason is for demolition, it's still a shame to see a classic cream city brick building replaced with the personality of a parking lot. It removes the three-dimensional history and replaces it with a flat surface that can only hold two states: empty or littered. Nobody looks at a parking lot and says, "That is beautiful," nor do travelers book their vacation plans based on the aesthetics and convenience of parking lots.” With this blurb, he really brings the emotion and feeling of the article to a more serious tone and really makes the reader question these parking lots that the average person never really thinks about. Jason McDowell is a person that really cares about his city and has not shown any shortage of his passion for the Milwaukee area. I think that his passion is where he finds his voice for his articles and it comes through how much he wants to see the best for the city.