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When we fail history

Mention voter ID and you are immediately jumped on by the left and labeled racist as if there is a widespread plot to deny voting to target groups of Americans. 259 more words

Pure Opinion (That's Mine, By The Way)

Could a Flames game impact voter turnout in Alberta’s 2015 election?

Watch above: With the possibility a Flames playoff game on election day, Lisa MacGregor takes a look at how that might affect voter turnout. Doug Vaessen reports. 415 more words


Northcentral Wisconsin proved key to Walker's wins

By Breane Lyga:

The day UW-Eau Claire student Anna Schwanebeck voted for the first time was more special than just being able to exercise the 19th Amendment. 730 more words

Please Vote

For this week the title says it all. Please vote.

We are just four weeks away from a general election here in the United Kingdom. 525 more words

Process versus Principle: Why can’t I vote for my beliefs?

“It’s ironic isn’t it?” Phil asked me.

I raised my eyebrow in question.

“We live in an economy designed for choice and yet the choices we make in politics are those nobody wants to take – least of all, the young.” 687 more words

Politics & Society

Officials Discouraged By Very Low Turnout In Suburban Elections

CHICAGO (CBS) — Suburban elections officials and others were disappointed by the extremely low voter turnout for this week’s consolidated elections.

If you thought Chicago’s 40 percent turnout on Tuesday was poor – and it was – pity the surrounding suburbs. 264 more words


Voter turnout: 18% of state's voting-age population participated in April 7th election

MADISON (AP) — Fewer than two out of every 10 possible voters in Wisconsin cast ballots in a state Supreme Court race.

Unofficial results from Tuesday’s election show that just over 18 percent of the state’s voting-age population participated. 81 more words