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Race and Beyond: Why young, minority, and low-income citizens don’t vote

On Tuesday, voters across the United States cast their ballots in the 2014 midterm elections. As with any election, there are winners and losers. But, dear reader, this column offers neither post-election analysis nor after-the-fact second-guessing–well, at least, not in the well-worn, traditional sense. Instead, I want to use the occasion of Election Day to share an insight into the sad fundamentals of electoral democracy.
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Nov 15, 2014, 7:34 pm
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Sam, consider this. They are too lazy to get off their collective couch and vote. What does a strict ID law have to do with anything. If you want to vote, go get an ID. The Center for Americans Excuses. What a lame article.

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