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“Bad officials are elected by good citizens who do not vote.” – A quote by George Jean Nathan, American journalist.
I recently read that only 30 percent of Americans consider themselves habitual voters – meaning that whether it is a presidential race, local election or a single issue on the ballot, these citizens are going to exercise their right to vote. The rest of the population are equally divided into two categories: periodic voters and the unregistered.
Unfortunately, these statistics are not what I would consider surprising.
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