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Women in Minneapolis marched in pantsuits to support Hillary Clinton on November 8, 2016. (Twitter/@LisaMillerMN)

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#PantsuitNation suits up for Clinton on Election Day

By Cynthia Allum on November 8, 2016

As Americans stroll to the polls this Election Day, many are making strong statements with their sartorial selections. Some voters chose to #WearWhiteToVote as a touching tribute to all the women who fought for suffrage. (Why not pay your respects to Susan B. Anthony at her grave, too?) Other women channeled Clinton and suited up as part of a #PantsuitNation movement, which was born from a Facebook group where the candidate’s supporters can openly discuss what this election means to them. At the forefront of today’s pantsuit parade was the Democratic presidential nominee herself, who donned a beige pantsuit Tuesday morning when she went to vote for, well, herself. Scroll down to see some of our fave looks from this herstoric day. One Clinton supporter even flaunted a royal blue pantsuit with Ivanka Trump’s name on it.