Let`s be blunt, writes Dave Kopel of National Review. The New Jersey Democratic machine is claiming that it can cancel an election if polls show that the party might lose. This is the standard for a banana republic, not an American state. It is shocking to see some government officials, party apparatchiks, and ultra-partisan writers claiming the government can prevent an election from being held. How can the same people who in late 2000 proclaimed their determination to "make every vote count" now claim that an election itself can be cancelled?
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