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New York City primary meltdown deals new setback to nation’s strained electoral system

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Eight years ago, the city’s Department of Investigation probed the board, finding it studded with nepotism, incompetence and waste before incoming mayor Bill de Blasio (D) took office. In early 2016, roughly 200,000 voters were unknowingly struck from the rolls, most of them registered Democrats, a blunder that affected that year’s presidential primary. Some supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) accused the Democratic establishment of intentionally suppressing his vote.

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