California disenfranchises more than one-third of voters

More than one-third of California voters were disenfranchised in the November 2012 elections. More than four million voters cast a ballot and had it counted, but did not get the representation they asked for and deserved. In a cruel twist of electoral dysfunction, many of those voters are now officially "represented" by an anti-representative, someone who will advocate for the opposite of what the voter wants.