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To a top-two primary system that was supposed to jazz candidates and voters from all political parties? And to the hand-over-heart sense of civic duty? Was the weather just too nice Tuesday for anyone to be bothered? “Generally speaking, people are not paying as much attention during primaries, and there’s less media attention during primaries,” said Mindy Romero, director of the UC Davis Civic Engagement Project. Romero, who predicted a fairly normal turnout for this primary, said there’s been more political engagement because of the last presidential election and riveting issues such online shopping sites list as mass shootings. LIVE RESULTS: Election results from the California primary » But she said that doesn’t necessarily translate into more voters, especially in a warm-up election with lots of candidates on the ballot. “It’s potentially hard to cut through all of that clutter,” Romero said. “And on top of that, knowing it’s not the final decision makes it less motivating for voters.” Romero said a lot of young people who got politically engaged through social media campaigns after mass shootings aren’t necessarily inclined to transfer all that passion into participation in a distrusted electoral process. “Even habitual voters have trouble seeing the impact of their vote,” Romero said.
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