Souvenir Sales Indicate Voter Preference

November 01, 2016 12:17 AM
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Americans may be suffering from election overload, but it's been a good year for stores selling campaign souvenirs. Despite voter complaints that the 2016 election has been very negative, a store owner in Washington says sales of campaign buttons and t-shirts are a pretty accurate indicator of who voters plan to elect November 8th to be their next president. Mil Arcega has more.