(Bob Daemmrich)

Waving American flags and chanting "stop the steal," Trump supporters gathered in front of the governor's mansion on Saturday to once more protest the results of the presidential election.

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A driver going through downtown Austin Saturday waves the crucifix to Austinites celebrating Joe Biden's win.

Waving a crucifix from her car window, a rabid Trump supporter drove between the Biden celebration crowd and the Trump protest crowd in downtown Austin on Saturday, as captured on video by Austonia.

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(Laura Figi/Austonia)

With the announcement of Joe Biden securing the presidency on Saturday, Austinites on both sides of the political spectrum gathered by the hundreds at the Texas Capitol to celebrate the president-elect and rally for President Donald Trump.

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(Emma Freer/Austonia)

Austinites, both in support of President-elect Joe Biden and current President Donald Trump, have taken to the streets of downtown Austin after the results of the presidential race were called earlier today.

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(Michael Stravato/The Texas Tribune)

Democratic nominee Joe Biden has clinched enough states to win the 270 electoral votes needed to become president, The Associated Press declared on Saturday, a day after Decision Desk HQ also called the race for Biden. His victory was cemented after Pennsylvania was called for the two-term former vice president under Barack Obama.

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The tense climate from not knowing the presidential results has taken a strain on many, but TikTok users are taking that tension and turning it into views and likes, with a dash of escapism.

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(Bob Daemmrich)

Election night ended two days ago but the presidential race is still dragging on, and some Austinites are starting to get antsy.

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Bridge Point Elementary School in Eanes ISD

Eanes ISD voters approved a tax rate shift that adds $3.3 million to the school district's budget without increasing taxes.

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