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Epidemiological thinking in public discourse: Voter registration laws can devalue a vote on average

The right to vote is among the most treasured privileges for Americans.  From time to time, it would seem reasonable that the Texas Legislature close loopholes that invite election fraud, which devalues a legal vote.  Matt Mackowiak, 27 Jan. 2001 Statements like … Continue reading

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