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The empty polling booth in Minnesota

Editor’s note: Steven Schier is Congdon Professor of Political Science at Carleton College. This column does not necessarily reflect the views of Capitol Report. What if they gave an election and nobody came? Minnesota came perilously close to answering that question with its tiny turnout in the Aug. 9 primary election. Turnout was only 7.43 percent ...

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