|Material||Folded from one uncut square of 6 inch (15 cm) duo kami paper(orange on one side, blue on the other)|
I designed this model after seeing Meenakshi Mukerji's interpretation and the other versions of this subject that she inspired. I wanted to see if I could make the arrowhead come from a corner of the paper and arrange the design diagonally. However, my model ended up having more complicated reference points that make it trickier to fold.
Even though the election ended, I decided to post this design for its origami merits rather than to make a political statement. As far as I know, among the designs using a square Jason Ku's version (6x6 grid) is the most efficient, with the height of his final model 50% of the starting paper side length. Mine is definitely less efficient, with the height being 44% of the paper side length. This makes mine only marginally more efficient than Robert Lang's design from a 7x7 grid, which would have a height 43% of the paper side length.