Why didn’t anyone vote in California on Tuesday?

Even low turnout in California means lots of voters due to the state’s sheer size. But California has historically overperformed in primary races. We anticipated over 5 million voters when we wrote about the primary on Monday, based on historic trends. Instead, only about 3.2 million people voted according to preliminary counts, plunging turnout to 18.3 percent of the state’s registered voters.
Read article on Washington Post.