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We Need a “None of the Above” Option on Our Ballots

The first presidential election I could legally vote in was Bush vs. Gore in 2000. It may surprise many of you readers, given my political proclivities today, to learn that I voted for Al Gore. What can I say. I was young, poorly informed, and operating on the idea that Republicans were a bunch of...
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