A celebration turns to mourning at Susan B. Anthony's grave site
On Tuesday, women in Rochester, New York headed to the polls and then made a pilgrimage of sorts to the grave site of legendary 19th century suffragist Susan B. Anthony.
They lined up hundreds deep to leave their "I Voted" stickers on her grave. One group recited the 19th amendment — the one that gave women the right to vote.
The mood was jubilant and, given what the polls were saying at the time, full of expectation.
The next day, as many returned amidst news that Donald Trump was President-elect, the mood was very different.
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