Tanya is right ON!
When it comes to the mid-term elections, since the 1840’s, voter turn out is usually low. The mid-terms seem to lack the pizzazz of a presidential election year. Voting however is very important to any democracy regardless of what offices, and measures, are on the ballot. It is the way the voice of the people gets heard. Don’t like a proposed legislation? Then vote against it. Like a certain candidate? Then vote for that person. Want to complain about how a measure could have not passed? Then vote. Want to brag about how a candidate got elected? Then vote. The key word being; vote.
In Oregon and Washington there is really no reason not to vote. Those are the only two states in the US that are 100% vote by mail. Ballots have already been mailed to residents in those states. Even if you are waiting to fill in the ballot…
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