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  • With so many options, potential voters struggle to keep Democratic candidates straight

    Boston Globe - 05/16/2019

    But there’s a downside to this endless buffet of presidential contenders: It’s called “option paralysis,” said Costas Panagopoulos, a political science professor at Northeastern University. The risk is “that voters will have so many options available to them, they will effectively become frustrated, tired, and confused and possibly opt out of voting all together.”

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