Video: Correspondent Gerry Hadden asks Spaniards about their take on the U.S. election.
Video: China correspondent Mary Kay Magistad asks China residents to finish the sentence “The US election is important to me because…”
From where I’m standing right now I can see the ocean and the polling place is right next to me. So this area got hit pretty bad… Many people are just stuck at home because they’re wheelchair bound and unable to make it up and down 20 flights of stairs if necessary.
#TheWorldVotes: Election Day
It’s Election Day! Anchor Marco Werman is in London before the US election to speak with people from different countries and backgrounds about the election, and our foreign correspondent are also weighing in throughout the day via the hashtag #theworldvotes.
Giving up on the president of the United States of America is not under consideration,” Odeh said. “We remain committed to having very positive relations with the United States and we remain hopeful that the United States will respect and uphold the principals that it stands for, including the universality of human rights.
Host Marco Werman is covering the US election from London, a gateway city for perspectives from across the planet. Check out our Instagram photos from Friday, November 2. Join the conversation here: http://www.theworld.org/2012/10/the-world-votes/