If you were disappointed with how certain demographics voted in the 2016 presidential election, you're not alone.
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If my Facebook newsfeed is any indication, the world of advertising is currently filled with hand-wringing, astonishment and in some cases, all-out despair. There are tears and complete shock that we seem to have gotten it all wrong.
Many are looking for some sweetness today. Ben & Jerry's is pretty good at that. Following the surprising—and for many, worrying—results of the U.S. presidential election, have a look at the brand's "One Sweet World," a soft-serve story (from agency Nice and Serious) about a troubled town called Coneville.In Coneville, angry lemons have gathered to support a divisive member of their kind. His leafy toupée is swept, not so artfully, to the side. (Subtle.) Things take a turn for the worse when a single cherry, clutching a sign that reads "We taste sweeter together," attracts notice in the hostile crowd.
Twitter has been front and center during this year's election season, and the Twitter-happy GOP nominee Donald Trump has had much to do with that.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have unveiled their final pitches to the American people before Election Day. The Republican and Democratic nominees for president have both released two-minute ads, which will reportedly both air Monday evening on CBS (during Kevin Can Wait) and NBC (during The Voice).
Both presidential candidates are making one last-ditch effort to persuade young voters this week on Snapchat.
We know, we know—it's been an exhausting, mind-boggling election season. But did you ever consider how Republicans feel? Sure, the Democrats lost Bernie, but at least there was Hillary. Even if she doesn't inspire roiling meme-able passions, she's qualified for the gig she's running for. On the other side of the field, there's the guy whose face is perhaps best known for giving The Apprentice its dramatic stakes. What's a Republican to do?