Off-cycle elections result in less-representative local governments

Americans tend to be far more consumed with national politics than with local politics. As places like Utah, Arizona, Michigan and Maryland gear up to hold local elections this summer and fall, history predicts that they will see an average of 29-37% fewer voters than they would were their elections held “on cycle,” in tandem with state and federal elections.

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