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14 Million Less People Voted In The 2012 U.S. Election Than The 2008

November 7. 2012

The First Family

Voter turn out in this year's U.S. Presidential election is significantly down from 2008's numbers by a whopping 14,000,000 people. That's a bad sign. People have become disappointed in and disillusioned with the process and the state of the economy.


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