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Study: Lines longer for black voters at polls

Black voters wait longer to cast ballots, discouraging them from voting, according to a study released by the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies in Washington. The report, titled “Reducing Long Lines to Vote,” reported African-Americans waited an average of 23 minutes to vote, compared with 19 minutes for Hispanics, 15 minutes for Asians,… Read More »

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