Skip to comments.Election Day turnout lowest in over 50 years (DeBlasio in NYC last November)
Posted on 02/13/2014 11:16:32 AM PST by neverdem
The voter turnout on Election Day was a measly 24 percent, the lowest in more than half a century.
With paper ballots still to be counted, the Board of Elections reported 1,026,169 ballots cast in a city with 4.3 million registered voters...
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If true that is a frightening development.
As the turnout continues to drop, tightly organized groups of radical looneys will be able to elect people a whole lot worse than DeBlasio.
It’s why countries with small populations often make voting mandatory.
Dems don’t do voter fraud if their guy’s going to win anyhow... That’s probably why the count is low.
“As the turnout continues to drop, tightly organized groups of radical looneys will be able to elect people a whole lot worse than DeBlasio. Its why countries with small populations often make voting mandatory.”
I’d expect this will continue in “sanctuary cities” as the number of Americans in these places dwindles.
It didn’t help when every single survey showed De Blasio winning by 55% either. The outcome of that election had all the drama of a WWE match.
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