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The Single-Issue Election

There are many ways to fill out an election ballot. Some people make sure they are fully informed about the issues, study the positions of each candidate, and choose accordingly. Some people are less diligent. They mark their ballots based only on name recognition or on who had the most memorable TV ads. Other people are party-line voters, as though all Republicans are the same, and all Democrats are, too.
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