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WATCH LIVE: Our 2012 Kickoff Event

Friday, November 4th, 2011

We hope you will join us Monday, November 7th, as we relaunch Why Tuesday? one year before the 2012 general election with a very special panel event at the Newseum.

If you can’t make it in person, you can watch live by clicking here starting at 9:30AM ET.

We’ll be officially unveiling our new website, a new video, our 2012 Candidate Challenge and lots more.

Read the press release for our kickoff by clicking here.

“Creating The Voting Rights Act of 2012,” will address current barriers to the franchise, discuss proposed solutions, and call on the President, Congress, and the 2012 presidential candidates to make it easier for people to vote.

Have questions for the panel? Tweet us using hashtag #VRA2012.

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