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Olwen Blessing, a student at Wake Technical Community College in Raleigh, N.C., is unenthused about her choices for president.

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A toxic election is damaging the seed corn of democracy — young voters

Interviews with more than three dozen millennials in N.C. revealed a profound sense of anger and alienation about the election.

Mariam Harb, left, Ayah Elassadi, center, and Hanan Krijestorac, right, enjoyed a laugh during a lunch break at the Garden of Sahaba Academy, an Islamic school at the Islamic Center of Boca Raton.

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A Florida city that’s voting with fear

Lurking beneath Boca Raton’s sun-kissed beauty is a layer of anger directed at Muslims, the sort of fear and resentment that Donald Trump exploits in his divisive bid for president.

A pedestrian walked in front of a used car lot that is flying both the Mexican and American flags along Buford Highway in Norcross, Ga., late last month.


Being white, and a minority, in Georgia

This year, in Norcross, Ga., and places like it, resentment has found its voice.

Downtown Butler, Penn., was seen this month as rain fell over the city.

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In Pa., boomers see the American Dream slipping away

Many from Butler High School’s class of 1976 are now weary, worn, or furious. For some, those feelings are driving their votes.