Democrats and Republicans today find each other on opposing sides of many electoral reform issues. Democrats love mail ballot elections, ballot harvesting, and long deadlines for returned ballots; Republicans are generally hostile. Republicans support stricter voter identification requirements, restrictions on private funding of election administration, and (as in a recent Arizona law) requirements that potential voters prove U.S. citizenship before registering to vote; Democrats usually recoil at such devices. What explains the seemingly dichotomous views?
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