Here is Part Two of our revised series on voters and the voting process. It’s getting closer folks. 20 more days!
Last Wednesday, we began with Part I of our three-part reprisal from earlier posts in February & March. One of the biggest hurdles to free and fair elections in this country are those who don’t vote for one reason or another. It is always important, for our vote is our voice, but this year so much is riding on the election in November that we felt it was important … nay, critical … to re-post this series about why people don’t vote.
Only 67% of all eligible voters are even registered to vote. That is only two out of every three adults. In yesterday’s post, we looked at the reasons people gave for not voting, some of which were ludicrous, such as “forgot”, “weather”, and “too busy”. But there are some legitimate reasons that people do not vote. To understand these, I think it is important to look at some…
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