California 2014 Election Likely to be First Gubernatorial Election Ever with Less than 50% of Registered Voters Participating

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By Richard Winger Although California still has many uncounted ballots, it appears likely that only 8,000,000 persons voted in the November 4, 2014 election. If so, that would mean only 44.9% of the registered voters participated. California has never before had a gubernatorial general election with fewer than 50% of the registered voters voting. Although it is true(More)… …read more

Source:: http://www.ballot-access.org/2014/11/california-turnout-likely-to-be-first-gubernatorial-election-ever-with-less-than-50-of-registered-voters-participating/