Ainsley LeSure

Occidental College

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Assistant professor of politics at Occidental College.

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Across the country, early voting for Tuesday's midterm election has been happening in record numbers, but here in California, the numbers aren’t that impressive.

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Across the country, early voting for Tuesday's midterm election has been happening in record numbers, but here in California, the numbers aren’t that impressive.

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