Early Voting: For the Good or Ill of Election Integrity?

There are roughly one-hundred days between now and the election (ninety-eight as of this writing). But the first votes will be cast much sooner than that. For Pennsylvania, Michigan and North Carolina, early voting begins in September.

These are perennial battleground states; it’s hard to forge a path to electoral college success without carrying at least one of…

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Founder, The Subversive Scrivener. Writer. Thinker. Intransigent ideologue. Radical individualist. Talent fully developed is the highest moral good.

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Founder, The Subversive Scrivener. Writer. Thinker. Intransigent ideologue. Radical individualist. Talent fully developed is the highest moral good.

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