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Are you going to vote for the polls or for a person?

Lately I’ve been reading and hearing comments from Democratic Party voters, along the lines of “I’ll probably vote for [XX] because I don’t think [YY] can win.” How can I politely put my thoughts about this calculus? Um, well, hmm. … Continue reading

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Does your one vote have any power?

I don’t know if you remember what happened in one Virginia state legislative race last year. I’ll never forget it because it came down to a single vote. One vote, from one person. That one person marked his ballot so … Continue reading

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I am gobsmacked at a “like” on Twitter

Here’s what happened: Someone tweeted about how to encourage people to vote: give us all a holiday from work, from school, and give them a pizza party. I really like the holiday thing and replied to the pizza party idea, … Continue reading

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