"Raymond's Run" is told in the first person in Squeaky's direct and honest voice. For example, she says about people taunting her brother, Raymond, "I much rather just knock you down and take my chances even if I am a little girl with skinny arms and a squeaky voice." She is very willing to challenge people who demean her brother, and she refers to him as "not quite right." Her voice comes through loud and clear, as do her opinions that people who don't understand her brother are "fools."
The style of the writing is also staccato and rushed, resembling the way in which Squeaky might run a race. For example, she rushes right into telling the reader about her brother, and she doesn't hold anything back. She says that the idea that Gretchen can beat her in a race is "ridiculous." She holds nothing back, and she rushes to judgement about others. The style of her voice and the way she rushes right into telling everything to the reader resemble Squeaky's bold and confrontational nature.