The election has been a test of how Americans perceive the world.
We all want our neighbors to get along, we all want the country to move forward, we want to feel good about our jobs and our lives, and we all have a basic right to choose our representatives.
But there are some places where the election is even more relevant than it is in the rest of the country.
In this year’s election, for example, we know there are millions of Americans who are angry with the way the government is running the country, and millions of people who are dissatisfied with their representatives in Washington.
That means there are many people who would be interested in the kinds of conversations we would like to have in the election.
In addition, we’ve seen an increase in the number of Americans with jobs who feel like they are not getting their fair share.
The election also marks the beginning of the next phase of the economic recovery, which is about to start.
We’re seeing a lot of jobs created and the stock market rising, and there are plenty of other factors that are going to help boost the economy and keep the economy growing.
But for the most part, the economy is doing well, with job growth averaging nearly 3 percent over the last year.
And with this new wave of optimism, we should expect to see a lot more Americans with more and more confidence about what is going on.
So we’ll see a number of different kinds of discussions around the election, from how to elect a president to the way we elect our next president, to how to pay for the next set of initiatives that are coming up, to what sort of country we want our children to live in.
The 2016 election is a test that we’re going to be facing for a very long time to come.