Why is the turnout of your internet primary so low?

The Independent Party of Oregon (IPO) uses the Internet to deliver individualized ballots to each of its members, so that each member can vote in the contests that correspond to the member's residence. Each ballot must be printed out, signed by the voter, and returned to IPO via US Post, other delivery service, fax, email, or personal delivery. No government provides any assistance for this process. In contrast, the government fully administers and pays for the primary elections of the Democratic and Republican parties.