Sunday, November 05, 2006

Why Do So Few People Vote In The U.S.?

Check out this article from aol on voting. Only about 40% of the voting population votes in a nonpresidential election year. According to the article: Participation, paradoxically, is highest in states where making it to a polling station can be misery on a wintry day. Minnesota, Alaska, Maine, New Hampshire, South Dakota, Wisconsin and Wyoming are among states that lead the nation in getting voters out.

Let your voice be heard! Vote Tuesday November 7th.

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