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Table S1: Descriptive Statistics

Table S2: Correlations Between Variables Used in Main Analysis

Table S3: First-stage Results for Instrumental Variables Regression in Table 3 of the Main Text

Table S4: Differences-in-Differences Estimates of the Effect of the Voting Rights Reform on Municipal Education and Social Spending Using an Instrumental Variables Approach with one Instrument at a Time

Table S5: Differences-in-Differences Estimates of the Effect of the Voting Rights Reform on Municipal Education and Social Spending Using an Alternative Specification of the Main Independent Variable

Table S6: Differences-in-Differences Estimates of the Effect of the Voting Rights Reform on Municipal Public Spending Unlikely to Have Been Affected

Table S7: Differences-in-Differences Estimates of the Effect of the Voting Rights Reform on Municipal Education and Social Spending Including Additional Controls

Table S8: Differences-in-Differences Estimates of the Effect of the Voting Rights Reform on Municipal Education and Social Spending Controlling for Influential Municipalities

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