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CLINTON, N.Y. -- U.S. District Court Judge Susan Dlott found the portion of Ohio law that allows challengers to be placed in polling places to be unconstitutional. Hamilton College government professor and nationally recognized voter statistician Philip Klinkner contributed research that led to the issuance of Dlott's decision. Klinkner found that 14 percent of new voters in a majority white location would face a challenger, but 97 percent of new voters in a majority African-American voting location would see such a challenger. Klinkner is available for comment on voting patterns, irregularities, projections, and related issues.
Klinkner is …