Stop Voter Participation Shaming

Electing Not to Vote Isn’t Always Irresponsibly Shirking Civic Duty

It is one of the few remaining and explicitly condoned social pressures in the United States. Its familiar icon, the “I Voted” sticker, has been transformed, by an overwhelming sense of negative judgement, from a quaint little symbol of quiet patriotic pride to a passive-agressive instrument for…

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Aaron DeBee

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