From the article
The candidates have to woo those who voted, even from other candidates, those who didn't but might, and maybe energize those that have never voted.
- 103 million of them are children, noncitizens or ineligible felons, and they do not have the right to vote.
- 88 million eligible adults do not vote at all, even in general elections.
- An additional 73 million did not vote in the primaries this year, but will most likely vote in the general election.
- The remaining 60 million people voted in the primaries: about 30 million each for Republicans and Democrats.
(Note: How can you not vote!?)