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Tight Democratic race in Nevada uses deck of cards to break tie

The Democratic race in Nevada has been called for Hillary Clinton, but as of this writing, it certainly wasn’t a blowout, with the vote roughly split 52‑48 with 70 percent of precincts reporting.


Anyone who saw video from the Iowa caucuses of ties being broken by coin tosses — six of six of which were won by Hillary Clinton supporters — will be glad to know that the tight race in Nevada didn’t rely on coin tosses to break ties. Instead, winners were determined by drawing the highest card from a deck.

It must, or Democrats wouldn’t continually accuse Republicans of voter suppression by asking for photo IDs (which is racist, by the way).






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