The Media’s Failure with Voter Suppression

There isn’t “both sides.”

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Sometimes, politics can be difficult. What is the appropriate tax rate for those making a certain amount of money? What should the role of the government be in our lives?

Other times, politics is easy. Voting should be encouraged in a democracy, and those who seek to disenfranchise eligible voters ought to be exposed.

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political science researcher. former valedictorian. reader/writer. host of “Politics Mostly” podcast.

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Peter Ramirez

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political science researcher. former valedictorian. reader/writer. host of “Politics Mostly” podcast.

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