They mattered in Florida when Bush ran against Gore.
Gil Batzri

If you could form up a coalition of hundreds of people who either would not have voted or would have voted for another party, then yes, but it’s not the individual vote that matters so much as the organization of hundreds of votes. You, me, any given individual, our specific vote is inconsequential. It’s the other managed parts of the electoral process that matter much, much more.

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