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What went right in the 2020 election?

Well, we made it through another presidential election. This one felt particularly long, chaotic, and important, and yet it also felt kind of anti-climatic. On the heels of the 2016 election and intense attempts at foreign interference, this time around everything seemed to kind of work out and that’s with nearly 65 million US citizens

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Electronic voting needs to go

Voting technologies have not substantially changed in the last 150 years or so.  In fact, the last significant change in voting was the introduction of the secret ballot in the United States. Prior to the secret ballot, voting was conducted orally, in which male voters–women, of course wouldn’t get the vote for many more decades–gathered

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