Should Journalists Sacrifice Their Right to Vote in Primaries to Keep Their Politics Private?

What if your boss told you that you weren’t allowed to vote?

If you’re a journalist, it’s not unheard of for your manager to rule out this basic civic right. A core journalistic value is objectivity, and voting in a primary that involves publicly declaring yourself a D or an R compromises the public perception of a journalist’s neutrality.

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