Keeping low-information voters away

To the editor:

Voting requires more than the average information to do property. One must get all available information whether or not you agree with it. Then use logic and personal experience to break down what is true. This does do always lead you to the right decision, but at least you tried to your duty.

The problem arises when low information people vote. This problem was accented more by allowing mail-in ballots that require little effort to do. Traditionally voting required at least a little effort and planning in going down to the polling location. This in the past kept many of the low information voters away, but not all.

The evidence to my conclusion is large number express regret for voting for Biden because of newly implemented executive orders on Twitter and lack of stimulus check.

Paul Vanmeveren



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