Quote Originally Posted by dcarrigg View Post
Over 115 million now and climbing. Exceeded the 1966 midterm voter turnout rate. Heading towards the previous midterm record set in 1914. Both were special years. 1966 was the first time many black folk could vote in the south. 1914 was the first time men could vote for US Senator anywhere. Truly remarkable turnout. May exceed 50% of all registered voters by final count. Compare that to 36.4% who turned out in 2014, and you'll see that voting participation in the midterm increased by 35-40%.

A showdown between the pro-War III (HRC) vs pro-USA (Trump).