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Column: Could Hurricane Matthew turn the tide in Florida’s voting?

North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission officers search by boat over a submerged road for those in need of rescue as river waters rise dangerously after Hurricane Matthew hit the state, in Lumberton, North Carolina on Oct. 10, 2016. Photo by Jonathan Drake/Reuters In democracies, elections are supposed to capture the will of the people. But what if a seemingly irrelevant factor like weather could determine the outcomes of major elections and referenda? This possibility has reared its ugly head a number of times in recent months.
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