Democrats Dread 2014 Drop-Off

… It’s no mystery why Democrats generally perform better in presidential years while Republicans tend to excel in midterm cycles: Lower midterm turnouts tend to skew the electorate toward older, white and/or more affluent voters. Given the growing cleavage in recent decades between partisan preferences of white and non-white voters, cyclic differences in racial composition are particularly important. …

So what, if anything, can Democrats do to drive up turnout in non-presidential cycles? [cont.]