Mar 23, 2016

Early Voting -- Arizona Primary Results Should Put an End to Early Voting

GOP primary voters in Arizona did the Republic a great service last night: They demonstrated the idiocy of early voting and confirmed why it cannot be scrapped soon enough. Real-estate tycoon Donald J. Trump won the Republican contest with 47.1 percent, as of this writing, with 96 percent of precincts reporting. Senator Ted Cruz of Texas followed with 24.8 percent of the vote. In fourth place...

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