The number of votes the Greens got in Michigan and Wisconsin exceeded the gap between Clinton and Trump
Voter Turnout articles on Democracy Chronicles
Voter turnout is about the percentage of eligible voters who cast a ballot in an election and can be based on who is eligible to vote, something that varies by country. Also see our section on Election Reform in America and our articles on Voter Suppression or Voter Access.
There is actually real problems with the United States voting system that must be addressed
With low turnout being the norm in American elections, taking a look at first time voting patterns is key
A federal holiday would help those who have difficulty finding the time to vote or must be at work on election day
Agreement to keep subways working should ease worries over impact to Philadelphia voter turnout
The nonpartisan practice of wearing an “I Voted Sticker” on election day became prominent in the 1980s
Many other countries have some type of mandatory voting law and get much higher turnout as a result
We will not be able to change our inane and archaic immigration system unless you and I stand up to change things, from the bottom up. So please, go out and VOTE tomorrow, and take your proper ID.
So, how to vote? The best, appropriate and effective vote is to boycott the illegitimate elections and to demand verifiable vote-counting in big pro-democracy demonstrations all across the country.
Registrations are lost, people move at the last minute, or IDs are forgotten or unavailable. Because countless folks think they can’t vote, they don’t, when actually they can. The bureaucracy moves slower than the individual lives of citizens.