The midterm elections are in need of a rebrand

by Brian Braiker
To say Americans will be flocking to the polls today would be an insult to flocks. The Pew Research Center has documented that voter turnout in midterm elections has been lower than in presidential election years as far back as the 1840s. Only 15 percent of Americans have been following the midterms “very closely” this year, according to Pew, down from 2010, when that number was 25 percent.Read the full article