On Tuesday, February 2, 2010, voting judges in Chicago challenged my friend Harper Reed's right to vote. He got proof of his existence, including an Economist magazine delivered to his home, and went back to the polling place.
It ended up being a slight address mixup-- no big deal, no corruption, no outrage. But this is the story of just one of the 304,000 votes for US Senate candidate David Hoffman
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