But this year on Election Day, any of that sweet, cheerful innocence was gone, having given way to anger, outrage, and some serious determination.
To show just how they feel, voters have taken to Twitter to share a series of witty memes, showing before and after pictures that represent the difference between Election Day 2016 and Election Day 2017.
' Trump tweeted on Wednesday, while away in Beijing.
A whole lot has changed since the US election last November, when liberals were happy, hopeful, and — as some of them see it — non-threatening.
Hundreds of people took to social media to bash the comment, describing it as 'disgusting' and accusing the model of 'sexualizing children'.
Finn himself said, after being asked about Ali's post: 'That was nuts.
Newly released footage shows Roy Halladay performing dangerous stunts in his micro plane over the Gulf of Mexico shortly before his fatal crash on Tuesday.
The 40-year-old former baseball player and amateur pilot of three years died when his special-edition Icon A5 amphibious plane plunged into the water.
'The victim, my son, was a young, starstruck 18-year-old who had no idea this famous actor was an alleged sexual predator or that he was about to become his next victim.Former president Barack Obama answered a jury summons Wednesday, arriving at a Chicago courthouse to perform the civic duty asked of all Americans.The former leader of the free world was the only juror to arrive by motorcade, however, accompanied by tight security and met by a throng of news media.That was gross.' The murder of Clutter family members (main, from left) Kenyon, 15, Nancy, 16, and their parents, Bonnie Rae (seated) and Herbert (seated), in their Kansas farmhouse in November 1959 shocked America and shattered the sense of security in small towns across the nation.The murders and the killers, Perry Smith (top right) and Dick Hickock (bottom right), were further immortalized by Truman Capote's (inset) book In Cold Blood, which sparked the true crime genre.Now, a new docuseries re-examines the tragedy, featuring interviews with friends, relatives - including the daughters of surviving children Eveanna (main, standing) and Beverly (main, far right), who were not in the home at the time of the crime - experts and law enforcement, some of whom are speaking publicly for the first time.