William Galston of the University of Maryland and the Brookings Institute notes that some democracies

William Galston of the University of Maryland and the Brookings Institute notes that some democracies, including Australia and Italy, require citizens to vote or pay a fine. These countries have exceptionally high turnout levels. “Our low turnout rate,” Galston says, “pushes American politics toward increased polarization.”
How would a law that fined people for failing to vote affect party polarization? What are some other incentives that might encourage more people to vote? Why would America be better off if those who didn’t care to vote now were pressured to vote? Use facts and evidence to create arguments. Opinions aren’t necessary.
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