The front page of our daily fishwrap features the following headline: Low poll turnout expected.
The story, written by a staff writer, never explains how or why Georgians are expected to stay away from the polls. The lead paraphrases the headline and then goes into a lengthy rundown of Georgia elections up for grabs.
This is a case of a bad copy editor. Someone too lazy to look past the story's lead to find out what the story actually says. But it's also the fault of the writer, because he did include the information in his story with no attribution for that fact.
Further proof, to me, that the feeling among the LWM is "Republicans, please stay home."