July 15 was a rather sad day for Alabama. That’s because the run-off elections in Alabama drew only 8 percent of the voters. That was a costly exercise and one that should get the attention of all Alabamians. How can we possibly justify having less than 10 percent of our people making important decisions that affect all Alabama’s citizens? While there were only three statewide elections on the ballot, an 8 percent turnout is still a sad state of affairs. With the general election being only a few months away, more will be written next month on the importance of voting.
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