On the day after an historic election, Washington D.C. was strangely quiet on Capitol Hill, especially since lawmakers are still away from the Capitol in their home districts. One area woman was taking photos to mark the moment. Jade Cabrera supported Hillary Clinton. Congress is in adjornment until November 14th, when lawmakers return to work with a new Republican Senate, House and White House under GOP control in 2017.
RESTON, Va. — Voters lined up in the hallways of Langston Hughes Middle School in Fairfax early this morning to vote in the 2016 Presidential Election. More than 4,000 are registered at this precinct.
The stress of the 2016 campaign has many people looking to soothe themselves with comfort food and drink. Across Washington, D.C., there are politically themed burgers, donuts, ice-cream, chocolates and cocktails. Jordan Connell reports that an I-Street bar is serving up some “candidate cocktails.”