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A Modest Proposal for Improving Voter Turnout

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A Modest Proposal for Improving Voter Turnout

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A Modest Proposal for Improving Voter Turnout

A Modest Proposal for Improving Voter Turnout

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Commentator Matt Miller has an idea about how to get more Americans to vote in next month's presidential election — turn the election into a lottery. Prizes could range from $10 million for the winner to several million for the runners-up.