Whether you care about the results of Super Tuesday balloting in Democratic Party primaries yesterday or not, I think there is one trend that should be a concern to all of us who worry about the future of our country. That’s the well-documented drop in the number of young people who took the time to vote at all. Millennial’s may be the most active on social media and they may be the first to speak out publicly about an issue or concern but an analysis of voter turn out in states where primaries were held yesterday indicates most of them stayed home. In Alabama for example, only 7 percent of voters who cast ballots were under the age of 29, compared with 14 percent during the last democratic party primaries 4 years ago. The results were similar in states like Virginia, North Carolina and Tennessee. It’s been known for decades that the older you are the more likely you are to vote and that trend is obviously continuing. One candidate or another may try to energize younger voters but it appears clear it’s not working. I think that’s bad news for America and our democratic process. That’s the way I see it.