Voting apathy is really a misdiagnosis. It’s really an unrecognized protest.

Voting apathy is really a misdiagnosis. It’s really an unrecognized protest.


Give us someone to vote for and we will vote. I mean really, all that’s proffered up are lying political hacks. There’s no incentive to vote.


A democracy is worthless if your choices are attenuated by a singularity of influence. We don’t vote because we feel hopelessly disenfranchised. Not a single candidate tries to unite us. Instead they exploit the political capital that comes from fomenting partisan divisions.


Philip Ferguson


Savoy