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A Brief History Of Early Voting

In recent years American voters are rediscovering a way of voting used during the country's first half-century of existence. I'm talking about early voting. Since the early 1990s, the number voters who cast their ballots prior to Election Day has steadily risen from less than a tenth to about a third. The rise is fueled by two phenomenon. More states are offering early voting options, and once a state adopts early voting more people vote early a part of their election regimen.
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