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>"No elected officials will be more pivotal to protecting democracy — or subverting it — than secretaries of state."
>"No elected officials will be more pivotal to protecting democracy — or subverting it — than secretaries of state."
it can be understood that the fight for the house and senate control are not the most pivotal in protecting or subverting the fate of democracy. The secretary of state holds a lot of say(on eleections) in the various jurisdiction as they control an enormous amount of power during elections... IMO this is true/valid.
it can be understood that the fight for the house and senate control are not the most pivotal in protecting or subverting the fate of democracy. The secretary of state holds a lot of say(on eleections) in the various jurisdiction as they control an enormous amount of power during elections... IMO this is true/valid.
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