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“If Your Vote Doesn’t Really Count, Is There Anything You Can Do?”

I did a Q & A with Toni Monkovic of NYT’s The UpShot on questions about vote buying, vote trading, student voting, and choosing to vote in a battleground state. … Continue reading ?
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