In their view, a leading culprit is the American nonvoter
In contrast, bank presidents who do not cast an official vote show a rise in disagreement after 1993 because the NonVOTER
dummy and the interaction term more than offset the estimated negative transcription effect.
I've finally become what I've threatened to become for years--a nonvoter
Ornstein's image of the moderate nonvoter
more closely resembles Wolfinger and Highton's portrayal of the less opinionated abstainer than Lipjhart's left-leaning variant.
But the bulk of the book is devoted to showing that there is no stereotypical nonvoter
The city relies on MICLA for a much of its nonvoter
approved debt issuance.
Evidently, even financial incentives are not sufficient to make the nonvoter
learn more about polities.
It was quickly determined the name given was that of a nonvoter
who was deceased.
When voters line up to cast their ballots, they should have the peace of mind that the next time a jury summons goes out, it will go to a nonvoter
The biggest increases in nonvoter
approved debt have come in MICLA, a municipal corporate entity the city contracts with to sell public securities for lease purchases of equipment and facilities that are then paid for out of the general fund.
If you think of every election as a celebration of democracy, sending nonvoters
a simple "We missed you" card could bring more of them to the next party.
You know the unofficial rules: Nonvoters