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The “Steal This Election” Citizen Investigation Map
Does Arizona practice Darwinist voting? What happens in Florida if your registration has a typo? Below, click orange areas on the map for analysis of voting hot spots and states with known shenanigans. Want to take part in <i>MoJo</i>‘s continuing citizen investigation into issues around voter suppression? Click on your state to see and record observations of the voting process in your hometown this election season. Plus: Want to send a live report from your polling station on Election Day? Learn how to tweet the vote or find your polling place <a href="http://twittervotereport.com/">here</a>, or call 1-866-OUR-VOTE or 1-888-VE-Y-VOTA if you experience difficulties voting and <a href="http://www.866ourvote.org/">need assistance where you are</a>.