“Where did all the voters go?” : Answered

“Where did all the voters go?” : Answered

“Where did all the voters go?”
– The Seattle Times –

Washington state has tried to make voting easy, mailing ballots to every registered voter and giving them weeks to send them in. King County and others also have expanded the use of ballot drop boxes. Yet turnout was dismal. Is it voter fatigue? – The Seattle Times [ reference article below ]


The Seattle Times cannot possibly be serious about this question – not possibly.

Two reasons why voters no longer vote.

One:

2/3 thirds of the individuals have figured out it doesn’t matter if they vote or not as those elected will just disobey the law, move such unlawfulness through the courts until a judge kisses-up to those elected.

Two:

In addition, the 2/3’s of voters have figured out that their very livelihoods and freedoms will be demolished if they vote contrary to The Seattle Times.

Wisdom is too high for a fool; in the assembly at the gate he has nothing to say. (Proverbs 24:7)

Kinda a no-brainer question, best to attend a Satanic Kindergarten class to brush up on why 2/3 of voters no longer vote.

Of course, I could be wrong as perhaps it is just Governor Jay Inslee‘s education programs are working.

Bonus:

The covering up of Seattle’s King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg‘s corruption is enough to convince 2/3rds to stay home and keep quiet.

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Article Reference

(seattletimes.com)—Nearly two-thirds of Washington voters sat out the Nov. 7 election, setting a new low mark for turnout.

Just 37.1 percent of the state’s 4.3 million registered voters participated, according to Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman’s office. Results were certified this week.

That beat out the previous record general-election low set in 2015, when turnout reached about 38.5 percent.

Washington state has tried to make voting easy, mailing ballots to every registered voter and giving them weeks to send them in. King County and others also have expanded the use of ballot dropboxes