#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?

February 15, 2016

Can Donald Trump be stopped? — Many US Republicans want to block controversial figure from being party’s presidential nominee.

March 7, 2016

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

May 9, 2016

Reporter’s notebook: US presidential election — How international media outlets are chronicling the race to the White House.

June 28, 2016

#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

July 18, 2016

Where are RNC protesters getting their food and legal support?

July 19, 2016

A conversation with African-American Republicans

July 20, 2016

Disunity in the GOP — Donald Trump secures his party’s nomination, but not everyone is happy.

July 21 2016

#StreamElex: Live from the Democratic National Convention

A conversation about the DNC email leaks

July 25 2016

Al Jazeera English correspondent Kimberly Halkett takes questions on US politics and the Democratic Convention

July 27, 2016

Would you vote for a third-party presidential candidate in this US election?

July 28, 2016

Disunity among the Democrats — Hillary Clinton secures her party’s nomination, but not everyone is happy.

July 28, 2016

US election 2016: The third-party dilemma — Will political frustration make a dent in the two-party system?

August 2, 2016

The Latino vote in 2016 — Will Hispanic-Americans decide the US election?

October 6, 2016

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.

October 31, 2016

Disability and the US election: Part II — US voters with disabilities make up one-sixth of the electorate, but how well are they represented?

November 1, 2016

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.

November 7 2016

Voices of immigrant voters: Part II — Naturalised US citizens share where they stand on the big issues of the 2016 election.

November 8, 2016

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.

#StreamElex Election Day coverage

Know your rights: US voting rights experts answer your questions

Covering the US election: A journalist roundtable

#StreamElex US election viewing party