Instinctively, residents of Austintown, Ohio seem to sense it's the third rail. Actually, the election explicitly only came up indirectly. The church where my support group meets on Tuesdays has been cancelled. Yup, it's a voting center. That was told to us members several times.
Like most members of the media, I have blogged about just about every aspect of Campaign 2016. The reward has been record traffic. And, for many of us, probably even including the Drudge Report, that traffic will do a nose dive after the votes are counted, contested, and officially tallied for history.
But, in-person, as I walked the dog, picked up the mail, or bellied up to the counter for homemade ice cream, I didn't do political talk. Post-election, I won't either. That's life in a small town.
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