Many 'lost' voters say they have found their candidate in Trump

Trump speaks at the South Carolina Tea Party Coalition Convention in Myrtle BeachBy James Oliphant, Chris Kahn and Megan Cassella WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) – Ted Wade hasn’t cared about politics enough to cast a vote in a U.S. presidential election for almost a quarter of a century, back when he supported Ross Perot’s independent candidacy in 1992. Trump is a “non-politician” who can fix the “chaos” in Washington, he says. About one in 10 Americans who plan to cast a vote this election will do so for the first time in years, if ever, and Trump holds a decided edge with them, according to polling by Reuters/Ipsos.

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