Sometimes, even people in politics aren’t interested in elections.
In 13 of the state’s 254 counties, not a single Democrat voted in the presidential race in the May primaries. That includes five counties with party chairmen, meaning the volunteer contact point for all Democratic activity there — the drum major for the Democrats — didn’t vote in the Democratic primary.
This isn’t one-sided. The state Republican Party makes promotional hay of the fact that it has chairmen in each of the state’s counties. But there are five counties in Texas where nobody voted in that