Between the Cracks
|Submitted By||Sydney Shea|
|Description||In 2012, only a little over half of America voted in our presidential election (with the lowest participation state, Arizona, clocking in at a dismal 37.98 percent!). Such low voter participation means that only part of the country's voice is truly being heard, essentially creating "cracks" or gaps in our nation. With this in mind, I created a new map of the country made up of only the percentages of the states that DID vote last round. Hopefully this year we can fill the cracks a bit!|
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