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Doing it for Dudley

was dutifully manning my post as an election day “Voter Guardian” outside a small church in the equally small city of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, when a man drove up and rolled down his window. “Can you vote for either dude here?” he asked. The four humans within earshot stopped what they were doing, which was pretty much nothing, to try to process his

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