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“Get some sleep,” Wake Forest University communications professor Allan Louden advised them. “These candidates have to be exhausted. And that is when mistakes happen.”

Human procrastination may also sway a close election, according to University at Buffalo political scientist Joshua Dyck, who notes that “people who register to vote closer to registration deadlines are much more likely to vote on Election Day than are people who register earlier in an election year.”

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