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Trump Could Win If He Registered More White Voters

David Wasserman: “Here’s a scary stat for Democrats: In 2012, President Obama won re-election by almost 5 million votes, but about 47 million eligible white voters without a college degree — including 24 million men — didn’t bother to vote. [...] The post Trump Could Win If He Registered More White Voters appeared first on Political Wire.
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