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"I am a resident of Utah and I am not republican. I voted the first chance I was legally able. Once I realized how the Electoral College affects voting and that I lived in a republican state, I quit voting. 12 years later I have decided to vote knowing that my vote will not matter since I still reside in Utah. I can't sit idly by any more. I have spent a lot of time informing myself by researching the presidential candidates. VotePair gives me hope in my return to voting. Thank you for giving back my right to vote and have it count."
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