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It's a point that might bolster the arguments of those Rove probably hopes won't win in 2016.

Graphing turnout data by age and race.

In part, there's a split along racial lines, as well.

But the people who bothered to vote voted to change that.

Hispanic registration rates create an uneven national map.

There's a steady increase in turnout as voters age.

A look at voter data from California.

The state of turnout efforts in low-turnout elections.

An interview with Columbia University's Donald P. Green.

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