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Maryland Republicans take a page from North Carolina on voter suppression

The Republican majority on the Montgomery County, Maryland board of elections is using the same playbook as North Carolin Republicans, apparently. They've decided to close two early voting sites in the county where there are more blacks and Democrats, moving them to lower population, white, Republican communities. The advantage for Montgomery County voters is a Democratic County Council that is fighting the closures.
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