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If you happen to live in the tiny Wisconsin town of Winneconne, you are probably used to sedate, uneventful elections. Alas, that might not be the case this November. As the AP reports, an as-yet-unnamed resident has asked for permission to bring three caged ducks and a sign saying “If you don’t vote, you can’t squawk.” The city’s town clerk said she will probably honor the request, but will encourage her to place the ducks someplace else, preferably “where it would prompt somebody to go out and vote.”