A Purge Too Far 

A Memphis pollster/analyst is troubled by the election commission's latest math.

Free and fair elections are the lifeblood of a democracy. Since the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1965, all courts, regardless of ideological bent, have frowned upon states and municipalities that erect barriers to free and transparent voting procedures.  Moreover, the…

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