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Tuesday, November 6th, 2007

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A warm welcome to those of you that made your way here by way of NPR’s Day to Day (audio here). Thanks to Alex Cohen, producer Ben Bergman, and the rest of the show’s team for having me into NPR West last week to talk about our mission: making America’s democracy stronger through increased voter participation. We’re working to do this by making election reform an issue that our politicians cannot afford to avoid.

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I feel like Sunday should be the voting day in the US. Tuesday is just so inconveniant for many people that it's going to lower the vote count and make only the really extremists vote

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It ought to be on a sunday. no other country in the world does elections on a weekday.

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