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Andy Borowitz, of the Borowitz Report on newyorker.com, shares his thoughts about the presidential campaign so far—the highs and lows.
Speaking of the length of election cycles: I moved to Canada for two years starting in September, 2008. At that point, the so-called 2008 elections in the US had been going on for two years. Within the first three months I lived in Quebec, provincial AND a federal elections were held - 6 weeks each, period. When the election was declared, signs went up. The day after polling, they came down, and the governments, seemingly, went to work. It was incredibly refreshing...and frustrating.
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