This highly charged political process may have come to an end, but your Facebook comments haven't. As we posted results you immediately blew up our page with comments on the outcome.
JOIN THE DISCUSSION: http://on.fb.me/VC9UaF
And while the race for the presidency may be at the top of the ballot, it wasn't at the top of the list for comments.
Instead, the Missouri Senate race between Claire McCaskill and Todd Akin brought in over 150 comments on the incumbent Democrat's win.
TALK ABOUT IT: http://on.fb.me/TvJ7IP
Now with the races ended, winners declared, we want to know how you would describe this election cycle.
GIVE US 1 WORD TO DESCRIBE THE ELECTION SEASON: http://on.fb.me/U8A6DV
On our Facebook page, you'll see a big photo of just what it takes to keep our newsroom running, food and lots of it. For fun, we asked what you were munching on while waiting for the results and that brought a lot of conversation, too.
WHAT WERE YOU MUNCHING ON? http://on.fb.me/YXjljR
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Science and Technology
Students at a Kansas City after-school program have developed a car that runs on tweets, Facebook likes and other social media interaction, and they’re driving it all the way to Washington, D.C.