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National lead in the polls

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  1. Starbuck says:

    Perhaps because more people willingly want to vote for them?

    Is that too odd…

    I bet the lowest polling National candidate gets more votes than the highest polling VUWSA candidate.

  2. Suidgey says:

    In a national election… that seems likely,

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