They get regularly disenfranchised in rural areas from voting when in Republican majority districts. Electoral college benefits the mainly white landowners of those areas. 8% of the rural population is vastly different from 13% of the entire population. 8% of the population is 62% of 13% of the population.

They get regularly disenfranchised in rural areas from voting when in Republican majority districts.
Electoral college benefits the mainly white landowners of those areas.
8% of the rural population is vastly different from 13% of the entire population.
8% of the population is 62% of 13% of the population.
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It’s easier to disenfranchise rural voters than it is to disenfranchise city voters.
Remove mailboxes.
Move polling areas.
Access to resources is further away.
You need a car in a rural area to go anywhere.
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Statistical analysis could work if there was a baseline of fairness to the voting process. But there’s not and has never been. That’s a bigger problem.

 

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