बुधबार, कार्तिक २४, २०७३ मा प्रकाशित
Although voting started about 7 weeks ago in some states and almost 40 million people have already cast their ballots, today, November 8, is the Election Day in the United States for the election of its new president. According to US Census Bureau, about 227 million people are eligible to vote in 2016 election. However, 1968 is the last presidential election when voter turnout was slightly above 60% of the total eligible voter population. Presidential election between 1972 and 2012 had voter turnout only between 48% and 58%. Recent projections have shown that the voter turnout in this election will be about 50-55% which means that only about 125 million people will cast their ballots this election. So, early voting makes about 32% of total votes. As Americans wake up to this..