You lose what you don’t use. How often have we heard this expression? When it comes to our ability to vote in elections, our lack of participation has cost us dearly. Did you know that:
- between 1992 and 1996, conservative voter turnout declined 17 percent;
- between 1996 and 2000, it declined an additional 23 percent.
- 5 conservative U.S. Senate seats were lost by a collective total of 100,000 votes.