Americans line up at the John F. Kennedy Library polling station as early voting begins ahead of the US presidential election in Hialeah, Florida, on October 19. Photo: Reuters Americans line up at the John F. Kennedy Library polling station as early voting begins ahead of the US presidential election in Hialeah, Florida, on October 19. Photo: Reuters
Americans line up at the John F. Kennedy Library polling station as early voting begins ahead of the US presidential election in Hialeah, Florida, on October 19. Photo: Reuters

Letters | What US election for president tells Hong Kong about universal suffrage

  • Universal suffrage is not a silver bullet for Hong Kong. In at least two elections, the popularly elected candidate did not go on to become US president. Moreover, swing states have outsize influence, regardless of population or contribution to the economy

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Americans line up at the John F. Kennedy Library polling station as early voting begins ahead of the US presidential election in Hialeah, Florida, on October 19. Photo: Reuters Americans line up at the John F. Kennedy Library polling station as early voting begins ahead of the US presidential election in Hialeah, Florida, on October 19. Photo: Reuters
Americans line up at the John F. Kennedy Library polling station as early voting begins ahead of the US presidential election in Hialeah, Florida, on October 19. Photo: Reuters
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