For being the shining beacon of democracy, our country has lousy voter participation.
Only roughly one-third of Americans who could vote in any given election bother to cast a ballot. In municipal or primary elections that number is actually smaller. For instance, in last April’s municipal election 18.7 percent of Franklin County voters cast ballots. That was an improvement over the year before when only about 15 percent of registered voters took the time to vote. That is pathetic.
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