Last night’s debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton was the first of three, and revealed a lot about the differences between the candidates before us. The 2016 election depends heavily on the turnout of voters, a turnout which is not guaranteed.
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Jeff Johnson notes a common explanation of why people don’t want to vote. They often believe that the president is not “elected,” its “selected.” But Jeff explains why, despite the electoral college system, individual votes really do matter. Click on the audio player to hear him explain more in this edition of ‘3 Things You Should Know’ on“The Rickey Smiley Morning Show.”
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