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Robinson: Only You Can Prevent a Trump Presidency

Eugene Robinson, Washington Post: I know, I know, the point I'm about to make is painfully obvious. But it is not in any sense trivial: If you care who wins the election next month, get off the couch, go down to your polling place and vote. National polls taken since last week's debate show Hillary Clinton with a solid lead over Donald Trump; a Politico-Morning Consult poll released Monday morning, for example, put the gap at 6?points.
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