This year’s presidential, state and city-wide elections came into full swing on Nov. 8. Explore each candidate’s social media presence through this interactive collection, and read Palo Altans’ stances on these issues.
Republican candidate Donald Trump and democratic candidate Hillary Clinton face off for the presidential bid.
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) November 8, 2016
If only people with at least 4 grandparents born in America were voting, Trump would win in a 50-state landslide.
— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) November 8, 2016
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 3, 2016
Tomorrow, we have the chance to stand up for the America we believe in. RT this if you’re voting. https://t.co/jfd3CXLD1s pic.twitter.com/Wb7iYnjxdW — Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) November 7, 2016
Senate candidates Democrats Kamala Harris and Loretta Sanchez will be fighting for the first open Senate seat in California in decades.
— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) November 8, 2016
At the state level, democrats Vicki Veenker and Marc Berman run a tight election for California Assembly.
Posting your completed ballot online is illegal, so here’s a “before” photo. I bet you can guess what the “after” photo looks like. #AD24 pic.twitter.com/cUt5KS7FWT — Marc Berman (@Marc_Berman) November 3, 2016
U.S. House of Representatives candidates are Democrat Anna Eshoo and Republican Richard Fox. Eshoo is expected to win the race. State senator Democrat Jerry Hill will be facing off against Republican opponent Rick Ciardella.
At the city level, eleven candidates are competing for nine spots.
Today is the day! Please Re-elect Liz Kniss for Palo Alto City Council! #womeningov #paloalto #election2016?? #elections #electionday pic.twitter.com/xgm7tft6hJ — Liz Kniss (@LizKniss) November 8, 2016
Five candidates vie for three spots on the Palo Alto School Board. Melissa Baten Caswell, Jay Blas Cabrera, Todd Collins, Jennifer DiBrienza and Heidi Emberling have lobbied for these spots.
Palo Alto High School journalism teacher Esther Wojcicki will be voting for Jennifer DiBrienza, Heidi Emberling and Melissa Baten Caswell.
Can male teacher hug female student on campus? Baten Caswell, Collins, Emberling and DiBrienza: No Cabrera: Depends on interaction and why — Palo Alto Weekly (@paloaltoweekly) September 21, 2016
— Heidi Emberling (@HeidiEmberling) January 26, 2016