The final results are in on our primary elections, and a couple of races are going to a recount before they are decided.
Most races were decided by only a 17 percent turnout. This means that one out of six voters determined the people on the November ballot.
If you didn't vote and are unhappy with the results, just look up and down the street that you live on and thank your neighbor for deciding tomorrow for you. No big issues in front of us — just immigration, jobs and public safety, to name a few. It doesn't matter if you vote, somebody else will determine your point of view for you.
- Why one Mormon man left Hollywood to be a...
- Dan Liljenquist: Detroit is sending a message...
- George F. Will: President Obama's epiphanies...
- Jay Evensen: Utah inversions — 100...
- In our opinion: Refinery should be allowed to...
- Letter: American billionaires
- Letter: Golden goose
- My view: Ask a veteran about their health care
- In our opinion: Don't raise the minimum... 65
- My view: Fix Obamacare, don't replace it 63
- Robert Bennett: Create wealth before... 44
- Letter: American billionaires 35
- In our opinion: No more 'Government... 33
- Can Mandela's legacy revive the GOP? 32
- My view: Non-discrimination laws have a... 29
- President should not act without... 28