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He said reform is probably a long way off but noted a “no” vote on Question 5 is not out of the realm of possibility. There has been little polling or publicity on the issue, which he said could be an advantage for opponents.

“When people aren’t sure about something, they tend to vote against it,” he said. “I don’t know that it’s a pipe dream. There is a lot of distrust with the government and this is one of the few ways that people can express it.”

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