Midterm Elections 2018: All the Memes You Need to See

Election Day has arrived, and with it an onslaught of memes and gifs to express the feelings of the voters. We’ve assembled the best memes the internet has to offer, along with some memorable takes and reactions from users on Twitter.

The most popular internet meme tied to the Midterm Elections has been “Me Voting In 2016 versus Me Voting In 2018.” The meme has snowballed on Twitter, with users posting the message alongside two images. The images feature the same character, usually a recognizable figure in pop culture, but where the 2016 image presents them clean-cut and happy, the 2018 image shows them looking worn down and exhausted.

‘Me Voting In 2016 Versus Me Voting In 2018′ Has Been the Most Popular Meme

According to Know Your Meme, the earliest examples of the “Me Voting In 2016” memes were posted last year, but it really took hold over the past couple of days, with users taking characters like Wolverine, Superman, Luke Skywalker, and Sarah Connor to illustrate their mental exhaustion. Check out some of the most notable examples below.

Me voting in 2016 compared to me voting today @HamillHimself

— Isaiah Johnson (@IsaiahJ_17) November 6, 2018

Me voting in 2016 vs Me voting in 2018

— Jessica Valenti (@JessicaValenti) November 5, 2018

Me, voting in 2016 vs me, voting in 2018#VoteTuesday #electionEve #Midterms2018 #ElectionDay


— Holly Fιɢυeroα O’Reιlly (@AynRandPaulRyan) November 5, 2018

me voting in 2016 vs me voting in 2018

— Saladin Ahmed (@saladinahmed) November 5, 2018

Me voting in 2016 / Me voting in 2018

— Bitter Script Reader (@BittrScrptReadr) November 6, 2018

Me voting in 2016 vs. me voting in 2018

— Emma Gray (@emmaladyrose) November 6, 2018

me voting in 2016 vs me voting in 2018

— tyler white or whatever (@TylerRuinsTV) November 5, 2018

me voting in 2016 vs me voting in 2018

— Brian Scully is VOTING ON 11/6 (@brianscully) November 5, 2018

Me voting in 2016 vs Me voting in 2018

— David Gardner (@byDavidGardner) November 5, 2018

Instagram Users Have Also Used Memes to Encourage Others to Vote

Instagram users decided to use memes as a means of inspiring citizens to go out and vote. This particular meme format was applied to pop culture instances of panic of drama, where one character warns the other that they need to vote to make a change. Targets included Glinda, the Good Witch from The Wizard of Oz and the now infamous “I just wanted to take another look at you” scene from Bradley Cooper’s A Star Is Born remake.

There was also a nod to the recent Spice Girls reunion. One user took a classic photo of the group holding up signs with the lyrics to their song “If You Wanna Be My Lover,” only with the chorus replaced with the …read more

Source:: Heavy


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