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Tuesday, February 5th, 2008

Vote Today!

I Voted

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA — 24 states up-for-grabs today, this Super Tuesday. Why do we vote on Tuesday? Here’s the answer.

Go find your polling place, get out and vote, and check back here throughout the day for video and blog updates from Team Why Tuesday? in California. Feel free to send along your Super Tuesday stories and videos to us, and become a Why Tuesday? Correspondent.

I Voted sticker photo via voidmstr on Flickr.

Monday, February 4th, 2008

Voting: Who For, and How?

PACIFIC PALISADES, CALIFORNIA — With the onset of Super Tuesday, the Press has started reporting on Barack Obama’s ability to mobilize new, youth and Independent voters, the other candidates’ advantages among established, older voters, and Hillary Clinton’s advantage among Hispanic and female voters. This week’s issue of TIME Magazine reports that Obama’s campaign tactics are more effective in states with forward-thinking election law. Iowa, New Hampshire, and Nevada have Same-Day Registration. Florida has early voting, but the DNC has stripped the Sunshine State’s democrats of their delegates, Republicans were able to keep half of theirs. (more…)

Sunday, February 3rd, 2008

Super Bowl Tuesday?

VENICE BEACH, CALIFORNIA — The Super Bowl is not just America’s favorite sporting event. There are parties, family gatherings, barbecues, chicken wings and lots of beer, but it is also a multi-media affair with over 90 million viewers plus countless more tracking the game online or tuned-in through the radio airwaves. You know it. Americans love the final grid-iron battle. (more…)

Friday, February 1st, 2008

Subliminal, Online Voters: Super Tuesday Watch Out!

HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA –- After tonight’s debate at the Kodak Theater, people (and CNN) kept talking about an Obama-Hillary or Hillary-Obama combo ticket. I don’t know if that is the case… either way the notion will be swamping the airwaves until the 5th thanks to Wolf.

More important, is that we are watching history, and because of that, people of all creeds and colors what to be a part of the action. They want to campaign, they want to caucus, they want to vote, they want a voice, and they want the Country to change its course. (more…)

Tuesday, January 29th, 2008

Why Super Tuesday?

LOS ANGELES, CA — What is Super Tuesday all about? And what’s up with our six-month-long primary election schedule? In the United Kingdom, their elections last weeks, not months, and they rank 55th of all countries in voter participation. Our rank? 139th! Watch the video for more. (more…)

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The Answer

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Recent Comments

In France they last voted on a Sunday. France is despite the Bourbon legacy a largely Catholic country, yet they vote on Sunday...

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I think weekend voting would make the most sense, as people wouldn't have tu run home after work or wake up early to hit the polling stations beforehand.

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Sunday would be inconvenient for Christians. We should, 1. Move the voting day to Saturday. 2...

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