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Supreme Court justices assume we know how many Americans can vote. But we have no idea.
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06/03/2015 12:59 PM
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*snippit* Many Americans believe that someone, somewhere in Washington, must be in charge of tracking who is and who isnít a citizen of the United States. Apparently, so does the U.S. Supreme Court, which just accepted a voting rights case that turns on the governmentís ability to count the number of citizens in each voting district. But despite all the talk these days about government and Big Data, the justices, like the rest of us, might be surprised to learn that the most basic information as to who is an American citizen cannot actually be found in any publicly available government data set ó anywhere. (50% rule)
Read the rest here: [link to www.politico.com]
Soooooo - guess who will win the next election? Anyone have an idea??? If we don't know WHO can actually vote, then we are in for a mess 2016!
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