The presidential election brought in a wave of Twitter activity on Tuesday with 75 million tweets posted about it around the world.

Twitter reported Wednesday that 75 million election-related tweets were sent between Tuesday morning and 3 a.m. ET on Wednesday, when Republican nominee Donald Trump declared victory.

That’s a big jump from the 2012 presidential election when 31 million related tweets were posted on Election Day.

In what some have hailed as the “Twitter Election,” the Democratic and Republican campaigns, and users in the U.S. and around the world have used the social network to tweet about policy issues and campaign points, as well as to retweet memes, political support and jabs.

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