Wondering how to write in an unlisted candidate on your ballot this November?
You’re not alone. In fact, you’re in good company: More Americans appear to be researching the process than ever before, at least according to Google Trends data.
CNN reports that in the last week, the search term “write in” has skyrocketed to its highest level since at least 2004, the earliest year for which Google has data:
While it would be easy to dismiss the trend as a potential anomaly and not necessarily politically related, there are several reasons why that’s probably not the case.
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