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In polling places, trained observers oversee and double-check voters and their ballots. Who's watching those who fill out absentee ballots?

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Yes, voting can be inconvenient and sometimes costly. But not voting has its psychic costs, too.

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It's deja vu all over again.

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It's a feature of the system, not a flaw.

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Some countries require paid time off to vote.

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The U.S. should not assume that it is immune from cyberattacks on its elections.

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If your vote is decisive, it will make a difference for 300 million people. And even if not, you could influence whether the winner seems legitimate or embattled.

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And yes, it would disproportionately affect ethnic and racial minorities.

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We found a 'natural experiment' showing that voting booths on reservations increases turnout.

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She certainly touched on the main ideas that can get people to turn out.

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