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Will this election have highest voting?

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Will this election have highest voting?
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"America hits new landmark: 200 million registered voters" "more than 50 million new people have registered to vote" "Previously, the biggest turnout in presidential election history came in 2008, when 131.4 million people voted" "a remarkable 33 percent surge in the electorate during a single presidency" 131.4 million people voted in 2008 because the election was heated... based on electing an African American president for the first time and Sarah Palin being as crazy as she was. Not to forget...Read this
"America hits new landmark: 200 million registered voters" "more than 50 million new people have registered to vote" "Previously, the biggest turnout in presidential election history came in 2008, when 131.4 million people voted" "a remarkable 33 percent surge in the electorate during a single presidency" 131.4 million people voted in 2008 because the election was heated... based on electing an African American president for the first time and Sarah Palin being as crazy as she was. Not to forget how tight and crazy things were with Hillary and Obama. Now, compare that to the election were are currently having... and how upset and heated everyone is versus then in 2008. Donald Trump is upsetting people left and right by making explicit comments specifically attacking race and gender that no other presidential candidate has ever done and/or would ever dare to do, and Hillary Clinton has been in the news for scandals non-stop since the beginning of it all. Also, let us not forget about the enormous revolution that Bernie Sanders started. People all over the world are obsessed with watching this election. Trump is known around the world, making attentions to the US Election higher than ever. This election is already breaking records on multiple platforms, especially to mention the highest ever viewed presidential debate, and it's going to break more. The voter turnout is going to be the highest it has ever been on a degree that will make it go down in history and never be forgotten. Close this
Asked - 3:53 pm - Oct 28 2016
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