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The presidential “election” is not November 8

Media and pundit references to November 8 as though it is when voting begins obscures the fact that millions of voters already have a ballot in hand. Instead, November 8 is the day voting ends. And for far too many, it is the only day they can vote -- which must be in person. The post The presidential “election” is not November 8 appeared first on The Moderate Voice.
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