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Voters Shouldn’t Have to Feel Like Choosing Third Party Candidates Will Lead to Doomsday

Reforming the American electoral system in a number of ways would allow people to vote for their first choice, not the lesser of two evils; a California bill allows civilians to break windows to release overheating dogs from cars; meanwhile, breakthroughs in vertical farming could feed the globe. These discoveries and more below. Third-Party Candidates Don’t Have to Be Spoilers It’s time to reform an electoral system in which voting for your first choice can lead to such perverse consequences.
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