Worst run election states include surprises of New York, California along with unsurprising South: Southerns form core states where democracy is poorly run
Mississippi, Alabama take last place in elections performance study
Mississippi, Alabama and Washington D.C. make it harder than any other states in the union for citizens to vote, according to a new study from the Pew Charitable Trust. To compile the list, researchers looked at 17 different factors for each state, ranging from the total number of rejected ballots.
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