Effects Of Voter Fraud
Then there are the people who think that voter fraud is not a big deal, and it doesn 't personally affect them, so why should they care? Part of this could be blamed on the way media focuses their stories, as voter fraud is not highly discussed in the media. Media and news stations tend to focus on the topics that are most likely to pull in more viewers and higher ratings. Such as: which celebrity is dating which, and what cute animal was seen dancing at the park. Voter fraud is seen as a miniscule problem in a vast part of government and the nation. American citizens do not prioritize voter fraud.They would much rather worry about gas prices, taxes, and The next Top Model. This attitude is understandable because it is not the average American that can stop voter fraud from happening. It is the government 's job to help with this rising issue. And if a person who commits voter fraud hears about it, well obviously they will not care because chances are that they will commit the crime regardless of what the media reports on it.