Some parts of the UK are like that - traditional labor or conservative and always voting someone in with a massive majority so it can feel like your vote doesn't count but it does, even if it just tips the "popular vote" stats.
It amazes me how some communities vote for the same idiots who don't ever do anything for them, then they wonder why they are in a mess. If you have a vote you have the ultimate power. If you didn't bother to vote then all your complaints about your local municipality and how it's governed are hollow IMO.
There needs to be more informed debate and a better educated electorate. You only get good results if you have a good process.
The words "President Trump" should send a shiver down the spine of everyone - I don't care what your party affiliation is. They guy is a fascist idiot and if he's like this when he's trying to be appealing, imagine what he'd be like if he had power? Who hasn't he insulted or claimed should be rounded up, beaten up or just ridiculed?
The fact that there is so little outcry is a terrible indictment of the US political system and the electorate and more specifically the republican party - at least that part of them that site, nod and clap when he comes out with his BS. Shameful.