Conservatives’ Sunday Voting plan will not cure voter apathy!
May 10, 2010 | Daniel Kanis
By Rod Taylor (chp.skeenabulkley.net): Whether it’s federal or provincial, voter turnout has become an embarrassment to government. Federally, in 2008, voter turnout plummeted to 59%. The Harper government’s latest plan to improve voter participation is to allow new advance polls on the two Sundays before voting day. This would give citizens more opportunity but no more reason to vote. [Read the complete article here.]
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