The hashtag #Election2016 has been used in several different ways to highlight different components of the presidential election.
— IGNITE National (@IGNITE_National) November 5, 2016
Above, #Election2016 is used with hashtags like #GOTV to encourage people to vote.
— Dana Mitchell (@dmdanamitchell) November 5, 2016
Here we have a Hillary Clinton supporter expressing how she is going to vote based on unity.
— #TRUTH (@flytespeed) October 26, 2016
In opposition to the last tweet, we have someone who is expressing his support of Donald Trump. It’s important to note that #Election2016 is a hashtag used by people who support different candidates.
— Raegan Turner (@oRAEGANoT) November 5, 2016
Above is a tweet that highlights something different—third party candidate Evan McMullin.
— Chris Bond (@ChrisILbondo) November 5, 2016
#Election2016 also ties in interesting election predictions as seen above.
— Warrior Huntress ⚔️ (@daeshhun) November 1, 2016
Unfortunately, this hashtag is also used to promote the racism that exists in some campaigns.