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Maryland Community Reacts to Election Results

From local politicians to activists, local residents reacted strongly to election results.

Meredith Herzing | November 9, 2016, 1:49 pm

Voters cast their ballots. -Flickr Creative Commons
The Chatter

Maryland Community Reacts to Election Results

From local politicians to activists, local residents reacted strongly to election results.

Meredith Herzing | November 9, 2016, 1:49 pm

Voters cast their ballots. -Flickr Creative Commons

Many Marylanders were awake late into the night and throughout this morning watching the 2016 election returns come in. No matter which candidate, party, platform, or referendum locals were supporting, there were strong responses from residents on all sides. We've compiled varying social media reactions from local politicians and activists—all with a through-line of unity and solidarity for the country moving forward.





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