Donald J. Trump emerged as the president-elect early Wednesday morning after reaching 278 electoral votes. Americans took to social media to share their Election Day photos and thoughts on the historic campaign and outcome.
Voters shared their poll experiences on Twitter. Parents brought their children into voting booths and tweeted images with #FamilyVote.
Some voters stood in line for hours as others tweeted #WearWhiteToVote. The hashtag surfaced to bring attention to the past struggle of suffragists who championed a woman's right to vote, as well as Hillary Clinton's run for the presidency.
As the first female nominee of a major party, Clinton's campaign slogan #ImWithHer clashed with Donald Trump's #MAGA (Make America Great Again) throughout the campaign. Here's some of the top tweets from Election Day: