A day before Election Day, we walked the city and asked people how they were feeling?
Amid the usual hubbub of a Monday, framed by more than a few businesses that had opted to board up windows in anticipation of possible unrest after the results, they told us pretty much what you’d expect: everything from fear to anxiety to calm to sadness to one fellow who asked what was happening on Tuesday?
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