In the US, it is tradition that if you are dissatisfied with government, you don't vote, as noted by the low 37% turnout in this month's election. That 63% of no shows don't like there choices, so they don't bother making any choice, instead of making a difference choice (Non-democratic/republican). Unfortunately, the Constitution doesn't account for non-voting as non-support for government. I think we need a minimum voter turnout (quorum) in order to count the voting results as valid. Let's say, 75%. You want to know how hard politicians would work for your vote in that case? A lot! They might listen to the average person and take action to support their needs. Imagine that!