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Things I don’t understand

When I went to vote last November, I didn’t know what I would do when I walked into our local community center. I wasn’t happy with my choices. The only thing I knew was that I wasn’t going to vote for Hillary Clinton. It took me about a half an hour of staring at the […]
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