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So Republicans read the directions better than Dems?

Cyclists of course should be allowed one vote per bicycle they own.

The Voting Rights Act made literacy tests illegal, right? But that doesn't mean you can't set things up so that literate people are more likely to understand than the semi-literate.

Riley, it seems they do. They also had less trouble with the butterfly ballots. There's are a few studies that show that there are more spoiled ballots cast in Democratic precincts than Republican ones. It means D's start off with a 0.02% disadvantage every time. We should see if we can make ballots work for everyone - not because it's good for one party over the other, but because it's the right thing to do.

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