Having our voices heard in the Democratic process has been a touchstone of American values since a bunch of angry Bostonians took out their frustrations on a shipment of tea.
And every time an election or town meeting or referendum comes up, the chorus begins anew: The right to vote is a privilege too sacrosanct to take for granted.
So, what should we expect in a preliminary race loaded with serious, qualified and interesting candidates? Hitch has an idea.
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