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  1. That was easy. There were only three names on the ballot. I just picked the straight Democratic ticket option and pressed the big red “Vote” button.
    I’m a lot less conflicted this year. Not happy exactly, but my congressperson is pretty good and I get to vote in a governor instead of always being on the losing end.

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