To the Polls at Last

The long campaign was hard fought but maddeningly evasive

At last, the endless and surreal campaign would come to rest upon a hard fact: the vote.

It would be decided.

Americans would arrive at the polls that matter, the ones that are actually wired to a consequence.

The presidential race, like some old tribal agitation, had been noising around the landscape for almost as long as anyone could remember, or so it seemed: through snowy primaries and caucuses, through the various carnages of Iowa (Glenn nearly gone) and New Hampshire (Hart a sudden phenomenon, the...

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