Thank you for the suggestion.
We’ve written about the issue of “fake news” over on the Washington Post website, but we’ll definitely consider bringing some of that journalism to our Medium readers too.
Hi Stacy. Really appreciate your comment. Providing transcripts for our podcasts is something we’re working towards at The Post, but if you’re interested I’d love to talk to you more about what you find most helpful. I’m at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to drop me an email.
Hello! Thanks for commenting. The focus of this piece was more on the reporters who cover the campaign, and why they felt these voters’ stories were particularly powerful.
However, we did a deep dive into what was motivating voters this year in a past post…
Hello! It’s a play on meme #4:
2001: A meme that would echo across the gaming community for years to come, “All your base are belong to us” originated in a cut scene in the Japanese video game “Zero Wing.” The poorly translated quote has persisted as an Internet catchphrase.
Hello! The headline is a play on one of the memes that we listed in our article. Here’s the excerpt:
2001: A meme that would echo across the gaming community for years to come, “All your base are belong to us” originated in a cut scene in the…
Thanks to everyone for sharing! Regarding Gary Johnson, we’ve noted that he is the Libertarian candidate in our interactive.
You can read also read our coverage of Gary Johnson here! Thank you for the feedback Jubal Slone TheAsianGuy and Bumble Marc. Keep an eye on www.washingtonpost.com/politics for more coverage.
Thank you to everyone who shared their thoughts and insights in the comments. We decided to feature a collection of the best responses to Looking for America from our site, and we’ve included a few from this thread (great work, Tyler Lahti and Denise Hill). You can read them here: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-politics/wp/2016/03/21/looking-for-america-comments/