Mass "None of the Above" on Primary B...

Mass "None of the Above" on Primary Ballots

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Since: May 14


#1 Jun 12, 2014
Everyday we're seeing more reports of the effectiveness of having a "none of the above" option on primary ballots.It combats voter apathy,which is a major problem outside of presidential elections.Massachusetts could try this to see if helps bring balance to this trifecta state.What if all registered voters that didn't vote were thrown into the NOTA option.Devoted Democrats may not feel like they don't have to do anything in order for their party or candidate to win,even if they are unopposed.All those that don't vote as a political statement may also be encouraged as NOTA is just as strong a message as not voting at all.

Fitchburg, MA

#2 Jul 9, 2014
Are you the Aaron Arsenault I read about in the Sentinel not to long ago?

Leominster, MA

#3 Jul 18, 2014
Arsenault does make some good points on some issues. Like socialized Unitil and National Grid rates. That shit is fucked up! In Groton and Ashburnham, you know what they pay for with their town power companies? Just their usage! I don't like being forced to pay for the new gas pipeline coming through, it's not going to affect Leominster. But yeah, up the arse an' all Aaron has been in the paper twice in the last two weeks, mentioned as a candidate for state senator. He does have to lose some weight though that fat bastid and stop being so much of a mo.LOL

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