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Wisconsin has a history of being among the nation’s leaders in voting rates for presidential elections, and 2012 continued that trend. With 73.6 percent of eligible voters casting a ballot in November 2012, Wisconsin ranked third in the country, trailing only the District of Columbia and Mississippi. Wisconsin was also third in that ranking in 2008. It was second in 2004, third in 2009 and sixth in 1996. Breaking it down by age, Wisconsin had the highest voting rate in the 65-to-74 age group (86.3 percent) and is in the top four for all of the younger ranges. Use the graphic below to see the voting rates for states according to the U.S. Census Bureau’s Current Population Survey. You can filter the views using the dropdown menus.
Thank goodness Scott Walker is planning to do something about this excellent voter turnout…
This is what i call “wisconsin racism.”
Well isn’t that… special.
I have noticed a decrease in my eye strength and I am avoiding dragging myself to get an eye exam. I have 8 pairs of glasses in this prescription,
I AM NOT READY TO LET GOOOOOOO
Last week new jobs numbers were released and Scott Walker said that the bad weather caused them. The last set of bad numbers were to be blamed on the protesters.
When your policies hurt the economy and the people, the best thing to do is lie and blame it on someone else.
if Theodore Roosevelt walked into a Build-A-Bear he’d probably be like, “what.the.fuck.”
“During the civili rights struggle, Birmingham canceled high school prom for many black teenagers. This weekend, the dance went on for the Class of 1963”