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Friday, September 9, 2016

Cornell Democrats Warn Against ‘Protest Votes,’ Say Only Clinton Can Stop Trump

By Cornellsu, Sep 05, 2016 

Members of Cornell Democrats encourage Cornellians to vote for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton this fall, admonishing those who would either cast a ballot for a third party candidate or avoid the polls as complicit in the threat of a Donald Trump presidency.

Club President Kevin Kowalewski ’17 urged Cornellians considering a third-party candidate to remember the 2000 election, when many citizens voted for Ralph Nader instead of former Vice President Al Gore because they “complained that George W. Bush and Al Gore were the same.”

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