. This is because non-voters can have a major impact on decisions made by those who are able to vote. Non-voters are considered to be part of the silent majority, as they are typically ignored or overlooked by politicians and policy makers. However, these individuals may still be actively engaged in various forms of civil society, such as grassroots movements, protest marches, and online campaigns. It is also likely that the rise of social media will continue to empower the voices of non-voters, increasing their ability to shape conversations and create meaningful change. Additionally, it is possible that the non-voting population could be won over by campaigns investing in issue outreach, education, and mobilization. This could result in an increase in turnout among non-voters and have a serious impact on the future of politics, policy, and elections in the years to come.
Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds has thrown her support behind Florida Governor Ron DeSantis in the race for the Republican nomination for President in 2020. Reynolds told multiple news outlets on Wednesday that she is “tremendously proud” of DeSantis and his record. Reynolds also hit back at criticisms from President Donald Trump, who had previously implied […]
On April 7, 2021, U.S. District Judge Dabney Friedrich sentenced Federico Klein, a former Donald Trump political appointee, to nearly six years in prison for assaulting four police officers during the Jan. 6 Capitol attack. Klein, 42, pleaded guilty in March to assaulting officers with a stolen riot shield, attempting to impede communications during the […]
It’s unlikely that Nikki Haley will pass DeSantis in the polls to challenge President Trump in the 2020 presidential election. DeSantis is currently polling higher than Haley and has much more name recognition with voters. Additionally, President Trump has already announced his intention to run for re-election in 2020, making it highly unlikely that either […]