Voters are responsible for deciding the outcome of basically any election, except for instances like the the 2000 presidential election between Al Gore and George W. Bush, when the people of the United States cast a plurality of the votes for the looser. There are many factors that contribute to whether or not a person is likely to vote and, if they do, who they will vote for. The elderly and the well-educated are more likely to vote than the uneducated and the youth, meaning that the people viewing this website are about the least likely people in the world to vote. Wealthy evangelicals are more likely to vote Republican, for instance, while college graduates and minorities are more likely to vote Democrat. It is likely that the people reading this definition are liberal just because they are on Urbandictionary and therefore could contribute to the Democratic cause, but are probly too lazy or young to vote and would rather jusst wine about the issues and hope the magically get fixed.
The voters hold the fates of our lives in their hands. I hope they arn't retarded and vote for someone better than Bush.
by Steve MArtin12 January 21, 2007