Republican Donald J. Trump has been elected the 45th president of the United States, decisively defeating former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in what many consider to be the most divisive presidential campaign in U.S. history.
If the old adage of never discuss politics or religion in intimate circles holds true, this election may have provided the perfect time to follow it.
Foot traffic at the White House was lighter than one may expect on Election Day, but tourists and voters still gathered to take pictures as they often do. Some voters shared relief that the election is finally coming to an end, while others had concerns about the future.
Early voting is way up in Maryland from 2012, with more than one-in-five eligible voters having already cast ballots. Kelvin Henry reports that early voting in Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties mirrors statewide trends.
ARLINGTON, Va. — As the historic battle between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton comes to a close, one big question remains: Will millennials vote?
ARLINGTON, Va. — Beltway News reporters talked to voters at Fire Station No. 10 and Bennet Park Art Atrium off of Wilson Boulevard near the Rosslyn metro stop about their vote in this historic election.
GREAT FALLS, Va. — We talked to voters in Virginia, a swing state whose former governor, Sen. Tim Kaine, is also Hillary Clinton’s running mate, to see what issues mattered most to them in this election.
As residents of Southeast D.C. went to the polls Tuesday, some minority voters said that the issues that matter to them most simply weren’t addressed in the 2016 election.
A record number of Americans voted early this year, but that hasn’t prevented the familiar long lines at local polling stations. Columbia Heights Education Campus in Northwest D.C. experienced a particularly large surge of early morning voters.
American University School of Communication Professor Lenny Steinhorn talks about where the nations goes now, after such a divisive campaign.