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People think mail-in ballot memes are the best part of the election

Mail-in ballots arrived late to the party—but they came in HOT.

 

Mikael Thalen

Internet Culture

Published Nov 4, 2020

Twitter users are celebrating mail-in ballots as the presidential race looks increasingly favorable for Democratic candidate Joe Biden.

Although it initially appeared on Tuesday evening as if 2016 could take place all over again, mail-in ballots—many of which couldn’t be counted until Election Day—seem to have had a major impact.

Memes praising mail-in ballots have been flooding social media ever since, with users applauding what could be the path to victory for Biden.

“Them Democratic mail in ballots rolling in,” @SlimTuesday tweeted.

https://twitter.com/SlimTuesday/status/1324111665487581184?s=20

“The mail-in ballots coming to save democracy,” @thereidfeed added.

Celebrities ranging from Miley Cyrus to disgraced R&B singer R. Kelly were thrown into the mix as well.

Others imagined Trump’s reaction to watching the mail-in ballots results rolling in on Election Day.

But the dancing memes appeared to be the most popular.

While Biden supporters are confident, the race is not yet over. Despite Trump declaring himself the winner on Twitter, it could be some time before the final votes are counted.

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*First Published: Nov 4, 2020, 7:55 pm CST