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The existing highly upvoted answers do a good job of explaining why the answer to this question is "yes, but significant additional context is needed." I add here as an addendum a brief and visually intuitive aid to add that context. Third Party System Below is a political map of the Third Party System in the U.S., which lasted roughly from 1856-...


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I don't get this reasoning. In a place like Georgia, which thinks of itself as traditionally Republican, it was a dead heat for the 2020 Potus race, Biden narrowly won Georgia by a margin of 0.23% and 11,779 votes. From the point of view of an urban voter in Georgia, every vote counts, even if they believe it is being suppressed in a rural county. And the ...


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