If “did not vote” were a candidate, it would have won the 2016 election

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3 Responses to If “did not vote” were a candidate, it would have won the 2016 election

  1. Craig says:

    I have a GREAT idea, which I am sharing here on your blog, Enrique. In my 27th Amendment, registered voters who do not vote for President will be considered to have voted for the INCUMBENT (because those voters apparently don’t care to change things) so if 51% of the registered voters don’t vote, then the INCUMBENT stays in office for two more years! That would provide some incentive for showing up at the polls.

  2. Craig says:

    Oops. I mean 28th Amendment. Lost count.

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