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Gallery: Election 2016

The Miami Hurricane’s staff worked to report around the clock on all the election happenings on campus. Below are a selection of photos from our coverage. To see more photos, check out our Facebook album.

Voters line up at the Watsco Center at 7:30 a.m. // Julie Harans, Editor in Chief

Voters line up at the Watsco Center at 7:30 a.m on Election Day. Julie Harans // Editor-in-Chief

Chalk messages on campus pathways promoted Donald Trump Tuesday morning. Outside Eaton, the walkway was marked with "Trump" and "MAGA," which stands for Trump's campaign slogan of Make America Great Again. // Julie Harans, Editor-in-Chief

Chalk messages on campus pathways promoted Donald Trump Tuesday morning. Outside Eaton, the walkway was marked with “Trump” and “MAGA,” which stands for Trump’s campaign slogan of “Make America Great Again.” Julie Harans // Editor-in-Chief

Freshman students watch the election reports Tuesday night in Hecht Residential College. Ben Spiro // Staff Photographer

Freshman students watch the election reports Tuesday night in Hecht Residential College. Ben Spiro // Staff Photographer

Students impersonate Donald Trump and Jill Stein in the Fieldhouse Tuesday night. Hunter Crenian // Staff Photographer

Students impersonate Donald Trump and Jill Stein in the Fieldhouse Tuesday night. Hunter Crenian // Staff Photographer

Trump supporters have their photo taken with “Make America Great Again” signs at the Rathskeller Tuesday night. Hunter Crenian // Staff Photographer

Trump supporters have their photo taken with “Make America Great Again” signs at the Rathskeller Tuesday night. Hunter Crenian // Staff Photographer

Republican and Democratic students gather behind ABC National’s television broadcast Tuesday night at the Rathskeller. Nick Gangemi // Contributing Photographer

Republican and Democratic students gather behind ABC National’s television broadcast Tuesday night at the Rathskeller. Nick Gangemi // Contributing Photographer

November 10, 2016

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