By Todd Richissin
What if there were a race for governor going on and nobody cared?
That’s not quite the case in this year’s election between Democrat Terry McAuliffe and Republican Ken Cuccinelli, but it’s close enough.
The Washington Post did an analysis of Virginia gubernatorial elections, and here’s what the paper found: If there’s not a presidential race on a ballot, Virginians stay away from the voting booths in droves.
Of course, with millions of dollars being spent on television ads, it’s just about impossible to ignore the race completely.
But we’d like to know: Will you vote this year? Tell us in comment section below — with your reason for trekking to the polls or not.