- The 2016 presidential election — and its outcome — may have given plenty of Americans a new sense of urgency when it comes to civics.
- But a new study projects that 40 million Americans who voted last year will likely not show up at the polls for the 2018 midterms.
- And that two-thirds of those “drop-off” voters will be millennials, unmarried women and people of color.
- The report, just out from the Voter Participation Center and Lake Research Partners, “Comparing the Voting Electorate in 2012-2016 and Predicting 2018 Drop-off,” notes that many of those expected not to cast a ballot next year live in key battleground states like Arizona, Nevada, Florida and Ohio. Read more (7/21/17)
if you dont vote shit doesnt change. take your anger to the polls too, not just twitter.
You know how we’ve all read those time travel stories where someone goes back and makes a tiny change and it has a serious impact on the future the character came from? You have the ability right now to make that tiny change to alter history.
Here’s where to register: https://www.usa.gov/register-to-vote
Additionally, here is the list of the remaining state primary elections:
13 September 2018: New York State Primary
06 November 2018: Michigan CD 13 Special Election
06 NOVEMBER 2018: GENERAL ELECTION
04 December 2018: Arkansas General Runoff
08 December 2018: Louisiana General Runoff
08 January 2019: Georgia General Runoff