Government

Post-Election Anxiety

Nov 16, 2016
Guests (from left): Martha Bireda, Dorris Cortese, Mohammad Al-Darsani, Leonardo Garcia, incoming Gulf Coast Live host Julie Glenn, Alex Pilkington, Arlene Goldberg, Carmen S. Salome, Emma Bansley, Gulf Coast Live host John Davis.
Amy Tardif, WGCU

The election of Donald Trump represents unknown territory in American politics. After a vitriolic campaign the Republican nominee was swept into office in what has been called one of the biggest political upsets in American history.

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Miami joined the growing list of cities to host Anti-Trump protests Friday night, following president-elect Donald Trump’s victory last Tuesday.  Miami Police said there were more than 2000 people involved.  

That crowd included FAU student Caitlyn Rittenhouse, who said she has concerns about a Trump presidency as a member of the LGBT community.

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Ballot amendments, state and national races, and a divisive presidential race: the 2016 general election has come and gone, but how did Florida vote? And how does voters feel the day after the election?

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Veteran’s Day is Friday, Nov. 11, and after more than a decade and a half of war in Afghanistan and Iraq, a growing generation of men and women are being honored as "post-9/11" veterans. It's a new generation of vets facing longer deployments and what many have call "a different type of war."

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WGCU compiled a list of officials who Southwest Florida voters elected to represent their districts and counties on Tuesday. 

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