After a contentious election cycle, one of them will prevail. Are you ready?
This article originally appeared on Recode.net.
She has a detailed platform, with an emphasis on expanding broadband availability. He’s likely to be more pro-business and anti-regulation.
A dorky fashion choice has become a (still dorky) powerful statement via social media.
You can donate to help subsidize rides for voters who otherwise cannot get to the polls.
With help from "Hamilton’s" Javier Muñoz.
It is a tweet, writ by the candidate, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.
VoteCastr promises real-time voting data, before the polls close.
Voting machines are old and vulnerable, and voter databases are connected to the internet.
No more 3 a.m. tweetstorms. (Sad!)
If you want to understand what Clinton can do for America, talk to a millennial math-and-science nerd from Arkansas who benefited from her visionary work.
Just ask Justin Timberlake.
Trump’s social media popularity is rigged, too.
The White House says it has a transition plan.
The Facebook board member also took questions from the National Press Club.
The company is rolling out a new election product less than two weeks before ballots are due.