In our book “100% Democracy: The Case for Universal Voting”, EJ Dionne and I argue in favor of universal voting – that voting should be a mandatory civic duty for every American citizen.
Universal suffrage could be enacted at the federal level or, more likely, by states or municipalities. If passed, it would significantly increase voter turnout; make the electorate voting a complete reflection of our population; making government more responsive to everyone; improve the nature of our political campaigns; and, decrease our toxic bias, at least to some extent.
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