A local expert says political ads that make voters angry could motivate them to vote.
A 2012 study in the Journal of Politics found that online people are more likely to click on ads that make them mad.
Ryan Martin is a professor of psychology at UW-Green Bay. He studies how people express anger especially over social media. He says anger motivates people to want to solve problems.
Martin says situations like the Kavanaugh hearing angers people on both sides of the political spectrum. He says that would make them more motivated to solve the problem. He says one way to do that is by voting.