Since Donald Trump clinched the Republican nomination a few months ago, there has been a great deal of attention paid to which Republican leaders would support the nominee and which would not, due to concerns about their candidate's racism, lack of qualifications, tenuous understanding of democracy and other issues. This is a critical decision for many Republican leaders whose decision at this moment in politics could be held up to scrutiny for campaigns to come. However, by focusing such attention on Republican elites, including current and former holders of high elective office, it is easy to overlook the reality that millions of Americans, not all of whom are Republicans intend to vote for Trump in November. Several million, of course, have already cast a vote for him during the primary season.
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