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Response to artislife (Reply #6)

Tue Oct 13, 2015, 12:58 AM

7. I'll try

Anyone can vote - even if they aren't registered, so no one technically gets thrown off the rolls. If you are a citizen 18 years and older and have your id, you can vote.

No blatant gerrymandering - I do believe the law says only non partisan independent panels can decide where the borders of each riding are drawn. Here is what wikipedia says:


And felons can vote. Even in prison.


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