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Friday, January 25, 2013

What the 2012 election would look like under the Republicans' vote-rigging plan

Mitt Romney would have won despite losing popular vote by 5 million and winning less than half the states.

What the 2012 election would look like under the Republicans' vote-rigging plan

The days of simply trying to win the argument and the most number of votes seems to coming to an end for one of our major political parties, I guess. Is anyone still convinced that the GOP in so many states during this past election cycle implemented so many voter ID laws and cut back on the number of early voting days and made it harder to register people to vote simply because they were trying to assure the integrity of the system? This is ridiculous.

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