In Australia, voters are required to cast ballots every time there is an election.
This article, however, argues that if we had mandatory voting (registration with car registration) we'd have less of the Trump variety of politician and more reasonable & intelligent Congress Critters.
What say you? Should the stupids be forced to vote, or just those registered to vote as now?
After 2016, I'm afraid of the 'average voter' because they're so utterly stupid...
Also-ranked choice voting is pretty cool, and Maine was the first state in the nation to implement it for all elections, back in 2016, from a voter initiative:
"Maine Question 5, 2016 asked Maine voters whether to implement RCV for primary and general elections for governor, U.S. Senate, U.S. House and state legislature, starting in 2018. It was approved by 52% to 48%, making Maine the first state to use RCV for all such elections."
We're always ready to do something radical. We like being radical up here. We think everyone should have it!