The Republicans started with 17 presidential candidates. The Democrats had 11, including performance artist Vermin Supreme. Now, on Election Day, just Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton remain.
Our election road trip followed them across the country, talking to supporters, critics and undecided voters about their hopes for the election.
Here & Now's Robin Young looks back at her trip through seven states: Iowa, Michigan, New Hampshire, New York, Ohio and Pennsylvania — and what she learned along the way.
This segment aired on November 8, 2016.
- How The Iowa Caucuses Work
- Iowa's Undecided Voters Gear Up For 11th Hour Arguments
- New Hampshire Primary: The View From The Farm
- Aviation Factory Struggles To Attract Young Workers
- Baklava And Politics Are On The Menu At Dearborn Cafe
- Union Plumbers Volunteer To Help In Flint
- Sanders And Clinton Vie For New York From Brooklyn
- Harlem Voters Are Ready For The New York Primary
- New York Daily News Columnist: We Didn't Create Donald Trump, 'We Put Him On Steroids'
- How A Music Club Became A Refuge From Urban Violence In Cleveland
- Tennis Balls And Protests: A Postcard From Cleveland
- Cleveland Police In The Spotlight
- The View From Cleveland: Raising A Family On $1,400 A Month
- A Look At Cleveland's Music History, From Screamin' Jay Hawkins To Obnox
- Protesters At The Democratic National Convention Call For Change
- She's Still Fighting For Her Brother, Sentenced To Life At 16 Years Old
- Philadelphia Gun Range Owner And Activist Say 'Black Guns Matter'
- Philadelphia Residents Struggle With Blight, Gentrification Amid City's Growth
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