Gearing up to vote in the United States is an arduous process. Even when you don’t have the opportunity to vote for President, there’s plenty of state and local positions as well as hot-button community issues that end up on the ballot. That’s probably why off-year elections have such a poor turn-out rate: During the midterm elections in 2014, just over one in three eligible U.S. citizens completed a ballot — a 72-year low. But these elections matter, even when they don’t decide who holds the highest office in the land. But actually sitting down and reading even the voting guide to…

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