The preservation of a free and democratic society rests upon the vigorous enforcement of the right of every citizen to vote. An examination of voter turn-out for the 2012 presidential election reveals that nationally, 57.5 percent of eligible voters cast their ballots, which reflects a norm over the past 100 years in which the percentages ranged from a high of 62.8 percent (1960) to a low of 48.9 percent (1924).
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