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Tuesday, April 22nd, 2008

Norman J. Ornstein
Why Tuesday? Board Member Norman J. Ornstein

We’ve explored Minnesota’s fine track record of civic engagement and why they lead all states in voter turnout here.

Recently, Why Tuesday? Board Member Norman Ornstein gave an in-depth talk about the nuts and bolts of our voting system and the need for election reform at the Hubert Humphrey Institute at the University of Minnesota.

Yesterday, Minnesota Public Radio ran much of Professor Ornstein’s talk — including his shout-out to Why Tuesday? and his mention of Senator Bill Nelson’s election reform plan — at midday. Click here, or Professor Ornstein’s photo at right, to listen to his talk on Real Player.

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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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