Voting System and U.s. Senator

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test From a newspaper editorial: [The recent use of mail ballots in Oregon’s election of a U.S. senator has led some people to hail this as the wave of the future in our democratic republic].
*[We do not share that enthusiasm].*
*[The primary advantage of the mail ballot is that it requires little time]* and [effort on the part of the voter]. [We think that also is a primary shortcoming of this process].
It is worth a little of both our time and our energy to exercise the right to vote, and that personal investment should serve to make us a bit more conscious of the value of that opportunity.
From a newspaper editorial: [The recent use of mail ballots in Oregon’s election of a U.S. senator has led some people to hail this as the wave
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*[We do not share that enthusiasm].*
*[The primary advantage of the mail ballot is that it requires little time]* and [effort on the part of the voter]. [We think that also is a primary shortcoming of this process].
It is worth a little of both our time and our energy to exercise the right to vote, and that personal investment should serve to make us a bit more conscious of the value of that opportunity.
From a newspaper editorial: [The recent use of mail ballots in Oregon’s election of a U.S. senator has led some people to hail this as the wave of the future in our democratic republic].
*[We do not share that enthusiasm].*
*[The primary advantage of the mail ballot is that it requires little time]* and [effort on the part of the voter]. [We think that also is a primary shortcoming of this process].
It is worth a little of both our time and our energy to exercise the right to vote, and that personal investment should serve to make us a bit more conscious of the value of that opportunity.
From a newspaper editorial: [The recent use of mail ballots in Oregon’s election of a U.S. senator has led some people to hail this as the wave of the future in our democratic republic].
*[We do not share that enthusiasm].*
*[The primary advantage of the mail ballot is that it requires little time]* and [effort on the part of the voter]. [We think that also is a primary shortcoming of this

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