In 2008, record turnout among young people, Black Americans and other underrepresented groups put Barack Obama in the White House.
Just the opposite: A cottage industry of voices selling the myth of mass voter fraud to eager listeners emerged on the right.
Republicans, in other words, have developed a habit — an active disposition ready for overt manifestation — toward restricting the vote when met with electoral setbacks.
This habit, in other words, won’t just harm democracy, it will harm their own partisan interests.
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