Virginia voters enjoy a parking-lot-sized map — and more revealing moments on the trail
As people in Alexandria, Va., enter Washington Mill Elementary School to cast their vote on Election Day, they pass a mural of a U.S. map that's refreshingly not all red and blue.
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