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This Playlist Will Get You Through Your Election Day Angst

The election is finally here! Whether you’re at the polls waiting to cast your ballot or your sitting at your desk anxiously awaiting the results, listen to these handpicked songs to get  you through your day.

“Somos Mas Americanos,” Los Tigres del Norte ft. Zack de la Rocha.

This song inspired the playlist. Los Tigres del Norte, a comfort to those of us who call America their second home, are joined by Zack de la Rocha, the woke AF Mexican-American poet who gave Rage Against The Machine that fire, in proclaiming that we are more American than those that want us out of here. Also, that this song opens with the baseline from RATM’s “Killing In The Name” so that’s just dope.

“Renegades Of Funk,” Rage Against The Machine

No matter how hard they try they can’t stop us now.

“Young, Latin, and Proud,” Helado Negro

Pretty self-explanatory, TBH.

“My Shot,” Lin-Manuel Miranda

This Latino has been one of the few things keeping us sane this election, so you best believe I’m included “My Shot,” a song about not wasting any opportunity you’re given. Also, this GIF tho.

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“This Land Is Your Land,” Woody Guthrie (My Morning Jacket Cover)

True story: My elementary school music teacher taught me this song and told me it was the U.S. national anthem. I still believe this to be the case.

“Latinoamérica,” Calle 13

Speaking of, I feel like this is our anthem.  

“ICE El Hielo,” La Santa Cecilia/ “Clandestino,” Manu Chao

These two go out to our undocumented brothers and sisters who are unable to make their voices heard. Make sure you cast your ballot and speak for them as well.

“Ingrata,” Cafe Tacvba

Because America has been kind of ungrateful. Latinos have always and will forever be a part of this wonderful country; we make it better, and people should be appreciative of that.

“La Vida Es Un Carnaval,” Celia Cruz

But for real, this election cycle has been a f**king carnival.

“Mi Cucu,” Sonora Dinamita

Women voters be like “no te metas con mi cucu” to Trump.

“It’s The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine),” R.E.M.

Because OMFG LOL WHAT IF DONALD TRUMP WINS?!?

“FDT,” YG & Nipsey Hussle

Because for real.

Here’s a much longer list, including some of your own recommendations. Got any questions or want to hear the reasoning behind certain songs? Hit me up.

READ: A Quick Throwback To All The Awful Things Trump Has Said, Just In Case You Needed More Motivation To Go Out And Vote

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Ana Navarro Just Delivered One Final Clapback Against Donald Trump And It's Everything

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Ana Navarro Just Delivered One Final Clapback Against Donald Trump And It’s Everything

I’m voting for Hillary Clinton — and against Donald Trump“I cast my vote for Hillary Clinton. Let me rephrase that. I cast my vote against Donald Trump.”

Lifelong Republican Ana Navarro on why she can’t support Donald J. Trump. http://cnn.it/2fxMKR3

Posted by CNN on Monday, November 7, 2016

One of the 2016 election’s biggest stars, Ana Navarro, has one final message.

You’re familiar with Ana Navarro, yes? She has been all over your newsfeed this election because she’s a self-proclaimed Republican against Donald Trump. During speeches and TV appearances, Narravo joked that she would use her mother as a write-in candidate so she wouldn’t have to vote for either Trump or Clinton. That was until the latest Florida poll showed that the race had tightened to a 50-50 split. The possibility of Trump winning her home state was enough to convince Navarro that the joke wasn’t funny anymore and that it was time to vote for Hillary Clinton.

Navarro casting a vote against Trump shouldn’t be a surprise.

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We were all pretty much sure she would not give Trump her vote this year.

To be clear, Navarro isn’t suddenly a Clinton fan.

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In the video, Navarro lays out the argument that she was not voting for Clinton. Instead, she was voting against a man who had offended her personally several times during the election.

She has accepted the fact that Trump is the Republican nominee but he does not embody the values of her political party.

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And, yes, she got one last clapback against Trump.

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D R A G  H I M ! ?

Go vote! You have no excuses.

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READ: 15 Of Ana Navarro’s Most Savage Takedowns Of Donald Trump And His Supporters

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