This paper elaborates the underestimated problem of voterís power. Recently the demographic change as a major topic came up on the agenda in industrialized countries. Therefore, societies nowadays also evaluate political actions on their consequences on aging. How can we diminish unfavorable outcomes of ageing? The authors of this paper would like to draw the attention on a different perspective. If societies getting older and suffering from low birthrates what consequences does this have on elections? Based on a system dynamics model we are able to simulate different voter groups. The conclusions are alarming. We show that without a change in the voting system elections probably loosing their forward-looking perspective. Not the future will be key factor for election but preserving the current situations. This will be at the expense of our next generation.