Graphic Representation: Subject to some debate

We begin with a comment on the general state of Campaign 2016 from the editorial cartoonist of the Baton Rouge Advocate:

Walt Handelsman: INCOMING!
blog-e-handelsmanSimilarly, from the San Diego Union-Tribune:

Steve Breen: Defaced

Our next few graphics deal with Trump’s hands-on approach, starting with the Minneapolis Star Tribune:

Steve Sack: Melania Trump

Next, from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution:

Mike Luckovich: Long debate


From the Sacramento Bee, they ain’t electoral votes:

Jack Ohman: The path to 270. . .

The first of two cartoons looking at both candidates and a problem for Hillary, this one from the Indianapolis Star:

Gary Varvel: Trump and Hillary’s 3rd debate

And from the Columbus Dispatch:

Nate Beeler: Something to quo about

The next offering comes from the Los Angeles Times:

David Horsey: Embattled Trump finds allies and inspiration in the lunatic fringe

From the Kansas City Star:

Lee Judge: Well, excussse me!

In a similar vein with the Tulsa World:

Bruce Plante: Trump and the Rigged Election

Next, from across The Pond, the Independent weighs in:

Dave Brown: I see dead people


Finally, the shape of things to come from the Washington Post:

Tom Toles: What was the phrase they said this election might be?


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