Across the U.S., college students upset about the outcome of the Presidential Election took to the streets to protest, especially on the West Coast. Around the D.C. area, things were quieter, with Clinton supporters mostly somber and Trump supporters staying out of the spotlight.
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.
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.
American University School of Communication Professor Lenny Steinhorn talks about where the nations goes now, after such a divisive campaign.