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Google is running homepage ads pushing people to get registered to vote

Google is upping its efforts at getting its U.S. user registered to vote, via a pop-up ad that now appears directly on the desktop homepage. The company has historically made an effort to help web users get registered to vote and find answers to their voting-related questions by placing instant answers in its Search results. That has continued this year, as voter searches were redirected t
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