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Gov. Schwarzenegger: Make Voting “Spicy!”


Wednesday, January 30th, 2008

SIMI VALLEY, CALIFORNIA — Just had a moment (literally) to catch up with the Governor of this fine state at the CNN/Los Angeles Times/Politico debate here. His prescription for increasing voter participation? Watch the video.

What are the presidential candidates’ positions on increasing voter participation? Check out the Why Tuesday? Candidate Challenge. Three of the candidates at the debate here have responded: Governor Huckabee, Senator McCain and Congressman Paul. Governor Romney? Not so much.

One Response to “Gov. Schwarzenegger: Make Voting “Spicy!””

  1. Matt Kliegman Says:

    Stevie Wonder for Governor!!

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