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The Wildcatters’ Blog: Nothing New In Utah’s Evan McMullin Spoiler

The WIldcatters’ blog is written by Kirby Goidel (Professor of Mass Communication, Texas A&M University) and Keith Gaddie (President’s Associates Presidential Professor of Political Science, The University of Oklahoma). There is a lot of talk floating about in cyberspace regarding crazed electoral college scenarios and the potential ‘spoiler’ effect of the Evan McMullin candidacy in Utah.
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