Some Americans have gone to polling stations across the country and voted in the midterm elections. Certain Americans of voting age like those with felony are not eligible to vote in most states.
These Americans account for two percent of the voting age population! For more than a century less than half of eligible voters in America have gone to polling stations and voted in midterm elections. These statistics are worse for minorities. One main reason for low turnouts is that voters do not feel represented in congress.
This feeling is also reflected in congressional approval ratings taken each month. In this episode we will discuss the midterm elections. Voter turnout statistics in the United States and why most Americans dont vote in the midterm elections. We will also speak about Voter suppression and explore who the members of congress really represent.