IN PHOTOS: Election day through the eyes of Brown students

IN PHOTOS: Election day through the eyes of Brown students

In this Election Day, undergraduate scholars around the nation exercised their proper to vote. In spite of the demanding situations of a deadly disease, in-person balloting remained a concern for plenty of Brown scholars. From Rhode Island to New York to New Mexico, 5 Usher in photographers documented the lead as much as election night time.

Nat Hardy ’22.5, Victoria Yin ’22 and Rebecca Ho ’21
Windfall, Rhode Island

Rhode Island introduced same-day, in consumer registration on the Dunkin’ Donuts Heart in downtown Windfall. On School Hill, many made their technique to Pizzitola Sports activities Heart, the central balloting location for on-campus scholars. Each balloting facilities also are subsequent to COVID-19 trying out websites.

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Ryan Rhew ’24
New York, New York

Even if absentee ballots have been mailed to these deemed incapable of balloting in-person, New York required all of its different citizens to workout their proper to vote in consumer.

However over 1.1 million New Yorkers braved lengthy strains and brisk fall climate to solid their ballots within the 9 days of early balloting that ended Sunday. This marks the primary time in state historical past that New York has allowed early balloting for a presidential election.

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Danielle Emerson ’22
Fruitland, New Mexico

Former Vice President Joe Biden secured the New Mexico vote this Election Day. With an inflow of absentee ballots encouraging voter participation, the state boasted an all-time prime turnout of 889,957 ballots solid, surpassing the former document from the 2008 basic election by means of over 50 thousand.

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