The truth is we do have some real problems when it comes to elections in our country, and the biggest one in my opinion is low voter turnout. We should be exploring ways to engage citizens in elections and the democratic process - between and during elections. We should be exploring best practices from other countries on how to increase voter turnout. This Act did none of that. The Act identified solutions in search of problems.
If you only have one tool in your box - a hammer - you view every problem as a nail.
When you choose not to study the landscape, you increase your chances of driving over a cliff.
And when you start acting like an empire, you only encourage revolution.
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