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Many non-citizens don't register or vote, but so many do that it could change the outcome of some of the neck-and-neck Senate races as Republicans and Democrats fight to gain control over it, a new study warns. And while some experts say few non-citizens would risk jail or deportation to vote, the study found that more than 14 percent of non-citizens in two samples were registered to vote, and some cast ballots. [Full Story]
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