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    I probably could have worded that first panel better. The ultimate effect is that the cow town inhabitants' votes count more in the end, as Bouie writes:

    In addition to disenfranchising voters in dense areas, this would end the principle of “one person, one vote.” If Ohio operated under this scheme, for example, Obama would have received just 22 percent of the electoral votes, despite winning 52 percent of the popular vote in the state.

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