Five fun ways to boost voter participation in the Aug. 1 primary election.
1 Pierce County Auditor Julie Anderson should bring back the popular “I voted” sticker — and throw in a bonus lollipop.
2 To attract young voters, create variation of the dating app Tinder. Swipe right to vote “yes” for a candidate; swipe left for “no.”
3 Scratch-and-sniff ballots.
4 Pass law mandating early voter registration of 16- and 17-year-olds. Scofflaws are entered into an annual Hunger Games competition.
5 To attract the elusive male 25-35 age demographic, wrap voters pamphlets in brown paper. And don’t forget the centerfold.