As we head down the home stretch until election day, Jill and I thought we’d repeat our three-part series from earlier this year surrounding voting issues in America, with a few additions. Here is Part One of that series. We’ll follow up the next two Wednesday’s with parts two and three.
Early in our project, late January-early February, we did a three-part series about voters and voting. Jeff and I thought it worth repeating now, just a few short weeks before the all-important election. The U.S. does not have a good track record for voting … barely half of all eligible voters typically vote, even in presidential elections! This year, it is too important for people to sit home or attempt to “make a statement” by either not voting or voting for a candidate who has no chance at winning, such as the ignoble Kanye West. Long story short, we are reprising this three-part series with a few changes or additions, starting today and for each of the next two Wednesdays, in addition to our regular Friday posts.
In the 2016 elections, U.S. citizens stood to lose a lot. As we now know, we stood to lose our voices and even…
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