According to CNBC "to be considered “rich,” most Americans say you need an annual income of about $100,000.Jan 23, 2019" The Census Bureau's data puts the median Granite household income at $47,881 in 2018 dollars and the per capita income at $25,667. The poverty rate, according to the Census Bureau is at 19.7%.
The "econofact.org" has been characterized as "These media sources have a slight to moderate liberal bias. They often publish factual information that utilizes loaded words (wording that attempts to influence an audience by using appeal to emotion or stereotypes) to favor liberal causes." That appears to be the case here because while voter turnout may be low for the lower income groups compared to the rich the demographics dont show a large amount of rich in Granite.
The rich may have a higher vote turnout percentage but at the same time there are much less of them meaning once again we can expect the same election results from Granite as Granite, once a hard working blue collar town, transforms into a welfare mecca with almost 20% living in poverty.