In my small office of 15 people, all are Trump supporters and I am a lone Biden supporter.
Previously, somebody reported me to HR for an incident based on a political argument I had with somebody in the office. The whole thing was stupid; I got a warning, and I apologized.
With the recent election, my peers were excited about Trump winning. We actually watched the election results on a Zoom call together. While the early results were pro-Trump, they all cheered as I quietly sulked.
Obviously, as more votes started coming in, things started looking better for Biden. My coworkers got VERY upset. They started cursing loudly and somebody even threw their keyboard in the office when they learned Wisconsin flipped to Biden.
About 10:00am on Wednesday, several people from the office started leaving. No notice, no e-mail, no communication; they just walked out of the office. More and more people started walking out. Since Thursday morning, there has been NOBODY in the office. All my team (my coworkers and boss) are all gone. There was no e-mail. I am completely alone. I tried calling and texting several of them, but didn't get a response.
There's some big projects that are coming due to some important clients, and I'm starting to worry about nobody being here except me. I'm considering calling HR and asking them what's going on, but I don't want it to seem like I'm antagonizing some grieving Trump supporters. How should I approach this situation?
UPDATE - 11/11
Just wanted to provide a quick update. On Friday, there was still nobody in the office, so I decided to call HR. (I didn't mention politics at all).
On Monday, they called me back and told me that the individuals (which were ALL 14 PEOPLE) have been "relieved" of their duties. So the last couple of days, I've been sitting here in the office completely alone with no boss.