Grant Bosse: Drive-through voters are stealing your votes
It’s Election Day, 2016. Circling overhead, a fleet of chartered passenger jets awaits the results of the 4 p.m. exit polls to determine which swing state most needs their cargo of committed voters. It looks like the Granite State is going to be too close to call, and if the campaign can get these few hundred volunteers to the polls by 7, they can register as New Hampshire voters.
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