‘Vote to restore America’s honor,’ the left says


1. Why Don’t We Always Vote in Our Own Self-Interest?

From New York Times: “The backlash against the Civil Rights movement continues to confound us.”

2. Vote to restore America’s honor

From Seattle Times: “In congressional races, including 10 House seats and one Senate seat up for grabs in Washington, voters must choose candidates who are most capable and willing to keep the president in check and prevent further harm.”

3. Democrats need to fix their own voter suppression problem

From CNN: “Every wing of the Democratic Party is rightfully outraged at voter suppression and disenfranchisement.”
It’s ‘the right thing for America,’ the right says

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