Well the votes are in. The Electoral College has spoken.
Here in Minnesota Hillary took our ten electoral votes. While travelling west and way up North we saw many Trump/Pence signs but only one Hillary sign. She won votes in Duluth and The Cities the rest of the State went with Trump.
Our two oldest grandgirls voted in their first Presidential Election.
I was discouraged to see that our country is so angry. Someone had to win and someone had to lose. Perhaps time is needed to heal all wounds.
I like statistics. I found some interesting ones. Only 55% of all eligible Americans voted. Minnesota had a a 68% turn out bested only by 68.7% in New Hampshire and 68.1% by our Wisconsin neighbors. Hawaii had only 36.9% and California 43.5%.
Why do people choose not to vote? Too busy, not interested, illness, out of town or they forgot seem to be the top reasons.
I wonder who would have won if all the eligible people in America would have voted?
Seems to me that we lay the blame on those who voted instead of those who didn’t vote at all.