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"There's something about attaching you to the earth, to be able to vote.... You're still a member of that society, and I think that's an important thing for space travelers."

--David Wolf, an American astronaut aboard the Russian space station Mir, on a Texas law passed in June which allows registered voters to cast ballots from space. Wolf will transmit his vote via e-mail, and a Board of Elections worker will punch a ballot by hand with the astronaut's choices.

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