It Ain’t Easy to Be a Democrat in Mississippi

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I voted this week in Mississippi’s Democratic primary election. There was only one race on the ballot. Two candidates were running for the Democratic nomination. Neither will be competitive against the Republican incumbent in the general election. This is Mississippi, after all. The Democratic party doesn’t always bother to…

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Jack Vance

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Blogger @ Atheist Revolution | I write about atheism, humanism, skepticism, freethought, and secularism. I also like to explore topics outside my niche.

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