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30 October 2006



I think the ads started turning REALLY nasty while I was out of the country. When I came back, whoooooooo boy. I couldn't believe it.


Actually, a *LOT* more than 60% of the public will fail to show up at the polls. What you're thinking of is 60% of registered voters--and that's what it was in 2004 (a presidential election year). Unfortunately, the turnout is much lower in off-years (40ish%). Since a large percentage of people aren't eligible anyway, you can figure the number of people who actually decide the election are somewhere around 15% of the population.

Now *that's* depressing.

What that leads me to believe is that the way to change things isn't through the polls. But that's a whole other story.

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