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Comment: Perhaps that's the civil disobedience

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Perhaps that's the civil disobedience

we need. Hijack the polling stations, destroy the voting machines first thing and print enough paper ballots for people to have a vote that counts. A clear message, no violence, and it's the type of disobedience that inspires without dividing. People want it and there wouldn't be enough police to stop it from happening everywhere. A dozen polling stations this election cycle may turn into a few thousand for the next.