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The way to lessen the grip of the Tea Party on the electoral process would be to do what a handful have done and have a primary where all voters, members of every party, can vote, and the top two vote-getters then enter a runoff.
Opinion polls often suffer on account of unexpected developments once the electoral process starts, such as the death of a political leader (as in the case of the late Rajiv Gandhi).
Young voters are crucial. The trend over recent years has been for them to drift away. So anything that gets young voters interested in the electoral process not only has an immediate effect, but has an effect for years and years.
Every democracy is constructed day-to-day. And the electoral process reduces and minimalizes every single aspect of human complexity. We’re putting it into pamphlets. We’re doing a publicity show. We’re becoming symbols.
If we discover through a thorough and unbiased investigation that Russia has indeed attacked our electoral process directly with the intent to influencing the process, our response needs to be robust, rapid, and proportional. This will shape our relationship with Russia profoundly.
Language has historically stood as a barrier for some voters seeking to participate in the electoral process.
There have been a lot of questions since the 2016 U.S. election about Russian interference in the electoral process.
Voters must have faith in the electoral process for our democracy to succeed.
Let’s not give the electoral process so much importance. We have to be cynical about it. Let’s give importance to the real democracy that’s constructed on a day-to-day basis. That’s my hopeful perspective on it.
When given the chance, women have proven they will participate in the electoral process.
Sometimes in politics, you get a wallop in the electoral process.
When I see something like Russian intelligence services interfering with our electoral process, I find that incredibly offensive.
I think it’s very important that the United States keeps out of the local electoral process in Mexico.
Much as I respect Russell Brand’s point of view, I’m in the opposite camp to him about voting. I think it’s enormously important to engage with the electoral process.
People may be due the benefits of a democratic electoral process. But in the United States, content curators appropriately have a First Amendment right to present their content as they see fit.
General Musharraf needs my participation to give credibility to the electoral process, as well as to respect the fundamental right of all those who wish to vote for me.
I believe that democracy is about values before it is about voting. These values must be nurtured within society and integrated into the electoral process itself.
Our electoral process has created perverse incentives that have warped our democracy and empowered special interests and a vocal minority.