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Ignored by the UA, Project Vote Smart starts to look for a new home

Four years ago, Richard Kimball convinced his fellow board members at Project Vote Smart that creating a new office at the UA was a great idea. Today, he's full of regret, as the organization he helped start is being forced to close…

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