The ‘Me Voting in 2016 vs. Me Voting in 2018’ Meme That Perfectly Describes Midterm Election Day Took Over Twitter

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Today midterms are everything Americans can think of and that’s why a new was born.

Nexter.org found the most hilarious memes for you.

What the is about

‘Me Voting in 2016 vs. Me Voting in 2018’ refers to a series of tweets which spread prior to the 2018 United States midterm elections in which users post two pictures representing how they felt in the 2016 United States Presidential Election versus how they feel going into the 2018 election.

For supporters of Democratic candidates, the 2016 and 2018 elections are wildly different.

In 2016, many anticipated drifting into the presidency of Hillary Clinton, who was widely expected to win at the time.

Of course, things didn’t quite work out that way. With Republicans controlling all three branches of government, Democrats are approaching the 2018 midterm elections bruised and battered, but with warlike determination.

To get you in the election and -ing spirit, we’ve rounded up a few of the best:

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