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Democracy Isn’t Cheap


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In February, judges decided that North Carolina had impermissibly racially gerrymandered its congressional districts. The General Assembly postponed the state's congressional primary to June 7 and eliminated runoff elections. Candidates spent a lot of money in the primary, with Republican Patrick McHenry spending the most at about one-hundred dollars per vote.
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