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Resource ID: #13652
Subject: Elections
Source: University of Maryland (College Park, Md.)
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Date: December 20, 1996

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Maryland voters are increasingly rejecting the two major parties in registering and more willing to vote for minor parties at the polls. From 1998 to 1996, the numbers registering in a minor party or as independents jumped 55.5 percent. Meanwhile, over the same span of time, the number of votes cast for minor-party presidential candidates increased nearly 1,000 percent. (December 20, 1996)

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