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Why vote when the judges decide

To the writers and reporters who keep asking why more people don’t get out and vote, I’ll tell you why.

People don’t vote much anymore because when the majority of the voters elect something or someone, some judge or judges overturn it if they don’t like it.

So why even vote if some judge or court can overturn it? Yes, I voted.

James “Jimmie” Williams

Grass Valley

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