Daily Republic Editorial: Odd-year voting on the outs

It appears that it’s odd to be odd, at least when it comes to when you conduct elections.

In this case, it’s more a game of odd-man-out.

The cost of local elections is shared by those political and quasi-political entities that have those elections. That’s because each election has certain fixed costs. The more races on the ballot, the more those fixed costs are shared.

via Odd-year voting on the outs.

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