Alford: Voters can redeem themselves in 2018

This year will provide voters with new opportunities to get involved in government, not only in their polling locations but also at the Capitol, writes Jeremy Alford in his latest column.

“Those opportunities will also amount to a shot at redemption, which is sorely needed after the parade of apathy that was on display in 2017,” he says.

Five statewide ballot items in 2017 yielded an average voter turnout of 14%—an electoral slump Secretary of State Tom Schedler aims to reverse…

 

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