In an election cycle marred by inflammatory campaign rhetoric and insults that would undoubtedly earn a ticket to detention, schools across New Jersey have been struggling to find creative ways to teach kids the process.
Trump supporters like Gov. Christie say the Republican presidential candidate is talking about rigged media coverage, but others, like President Obama, see his comments as an attempt to discredit the election.
Elizabeth Haines supervises the Social Cognition Lab at William Paterson University. She says gender stereotypes are as strong today as they were 30 or 40 years ago and they have an impact on how the two presidential candidates are perceived.
Democrat Tim Kaine and Republican Mike Pence participated in the only vice presidential debate Tuesday. Kaine focused on Donald Trump's controversial comments while Pence focused on Hillary Clinton's past actions.
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