ELECTION 2018

Election Day On Social Media: Here’s What Utah’s Saying

Nov 6, 2018, 1:48 PM
Photo by George Frey/Getty Images...
Photo by George Frey/Getty Images

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Whether they voted weeks ago or were standing in line on Tuesday, record numbers of voters cast their ballots during the midterm elections.

Voters took to social media to air grievances, celebrate candidates, offer observations, and reflect on the right to vote.

Here’s what Utah was saying on Election Day.

On the ease of voting

On voting lines

On ‘I Voted’ stickers

On Republicans

On Democrats

On third-party candidates

On the importance of voting

And on Utah Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox

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Election Day On Social Media: Here’s What Utah’s Saying