'People are afraid': American expats in Edmonton brace for U.S. presidential election results

American expats in Edmonton are gearing up to watch the most polarizing U.S. presidential election in recent history unfold on Tuesday. “There has never been a campaign like this — as dirty, as chaotic, as angry,” said Greg Anderson, a political science professor at University of Alberta. “It’s hard to take your eyes off it.”Anderson, who is originally from Salt Lake City, Utah, has been an Alberta resident for more than a decade. He said many U.S. voters believe both the Democrats and Republicans have put up “some pretty crappy candidates.”His vote was for the “lesser of two evils,” he said. This meant supporting Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump, who he described as a hotheaded narcissist.”This (election) has been particularly personal. It wasn’t easy, I’m no fan of Hillary,” he said. “My head tells me that Clinton is probably going to win Tuesday, but …
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