#StreamElex: A look back at The Stream’s 2016 election coverage
Throughout this year, The Stream has paid close attention to the US election, bringing you unheard perspectives. Take a look back through our coverage, from the first inklings of #FeeltheBern, through the political party conventions, all the way to the surprise result on Election Day.
The Bernie Sanders phenomenon — Young Democrats in the US #FeeltheBern. But is it enough to win the party’s presidential nomination?
Can Donald Trump be stopped? — Many US Republicans want to block controversial figure from being party’s presidential nominee.
The fight to protect US voter rights — Controversial new measures restrict poll access for many US minorities and young voters.
The next US president? — We speak to Al Jazeera correspondents about coverage of the election
Reporter’s notebook: US presidential election — How international media outlets are chronicling the race to the White House.
#StreamElex: Live from the Republican National Convention
A conversation with Erika D. Smith, a columnist with The Sacramento Bee, and a native of Cleveland, the RNC’s host city
Where are RNC protesters getting their food and legal support?
A conversation with African-American Republicans
Disunity in the GOP — Donald Trump secures his party’s nomination, but not everyone is happy.
#StreamElex: Live from the Democratic National Convention
A conversation about the DNC email leaks
Al Jazeera English correspondent Kimberly Halkett takes questions on US politics and the Democratic Convention
Would you vote for a third-party presidential candidate in this US election?
Disunity among the Democrats — Hillary Clinton secures her party’s nomination, but not everyone is happy.
US election 2016: The third-party dilemma — Will political frustration make a dent in the two-party system?
The Latino vote in 2016 — Will Hispanic-Americans decide the US election?
Twitter chat with #CripTheVote — a conversation on disability and the election
Read the full twitter chat recap here.
Disability and the US election: Part I — Mocked by a presidential candidate, Americans with disabilities make US election rallying call for rights.
Disability and the US election: Part II — US voters with disabilities make up one-sixth of the electorate, but how well are they represented?
The voices of first time voters
Election endorsements from US media
Voices of immigrant voters: Part I — Naturalised US citizens discuss participating in the democratic process of their adopted country.
Voices of immigrant voters: Part II — Naturalised US citizens share where they stand on the big issues of the 2016 election.
Barriers to the ballot — Explore obstacles between voters and the ballot in the 2016 US election.
Check out the full infographic here.
What Americans vote on — A guide to some of the positions and ballot initiatives of the 2016 US election
Read the full piece here.