Deb Markowitz

Vermont Secretary of State

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In America, the right to vote is supposedly sacred, but conflicting laws and shady practices cast doubt on the fairness and accuracy of many elections.

Are America's Elections Free and Fair?

In America, the right to vote is supposedly sacred, but conflicting laws and shady practices cast doubt on the fairness and accuracy of many elections.

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