Friday Inspiration: Scenes From Super Tuesday

Friday Inspiration: Scenes From Super Tuesday

With Super Tuesday come and gone, the 2020 election season is in full swing across the United States. Our timelines have been flooded with photos from campaign events, rallies and town halls where hopeful voters cheer on their chosen candidate and demand answers to hard-hitting questions. Regardless of one’s party affiliation, there’s no denying that photojournalists kick into overdrive as we get closer to the Presidential election in November.

The photojournalism community has been tasked with expertly capturing the range of experiences and emotions that come with Super Tuesday’s highs and lows, and with documenting all seven candidates on the ballot. With so much political energy flying around, it’s no wonder we came out with some incredible images that embody just how high the stakes are for these candidates—and U.S. voters.

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The New England News Collaborative and America Amplified are working together to document the voices and perspectives of New England voters on issues that matter most to them leading into the 2020 election. NENC and CT Public photographer and reporter @joeamonct visited Maine and Vermont to capture communities across the region on Super Tuesday.⁣ ⁣ 1. 📷 : Asma Elhuni greets voters on Super Tuesday in White River Junction, Vermont.⁣ 2. 📷 : Representative Kevin “Coach” Christie watching the vote on Super Tuesday at Hartford High School in White River Junction, Vermont.⁣ 3. 📷 : Oswin or “Winnie” as she is called, slides in the ballot of her mother Courtney Enos-Robertson on Super Tuesday at the Kittery Community Center in Kittery, Maine.⁣ 4. 📷 : Ed Callahan, a local poet, talks with friends before voting on Super Tuesday in Kittery, Maine.⁣ ⁣ Tonight at 7 p.m. on WNPR you can hear a special hour of programming featuring the voices of voters across the region talking about the issues that matter the most to them. Listen live on the Connecticut Public app or wnpr.org. #election2020 #voter #publicmedia #ctpublic #nenc #supertuesday2020 #publicradio #community #northeast #weddingphotojournalism

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