7 Best Twitter Reactions to the Presidential Election

There are only three days left until the presidential elections, and the heat is turning on. America will make its final decision on November 6, and social networks are burning with comments and endorsements for Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. 

On Twitter this election seems to evoke much more than opinions on health care, foreign policy and military interventions. In their tweets, Americans are putting forth their hearts and minds, they are getting creative and taking the presidential election to a whole different level.  

For some, the decision is a matter of love …

 

 

 

… but after all …


Others rely on faith.

 

... few rely on the U.S. Postal Service ...


 

Some become poets.


 

Others are a little bit less romantic ...

 

In the end, all that matter is what happens in the future.

And some people have already figured that our:


 

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Beatrice Kabutakapua

Media storyteller, producer of the documentary on African migrants (IN)VISIBLE CITIES. Focused on migration, identity and African Diaspora. Follow my blog: www.balobeshayi.com

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