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More Canadians Go To Polls In 2015

Click image to open voter turnout article at CBC Image by Sally T. Buck (CC BY-NC 2.0) A “surge in voter turn-out” will result in Canadian liberals forming a new majority government with 68% of eligible voters casting a ballot.

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Many Hispanic Citizens Do Not Vote

Image by Uri Breitman(CC Licensed: BY-NC 2.0) Jim is a neighbor who volunteers to register voters. He recently told of a particular challenge in reaching out to Hispanic folks in the community, adding that they gave various reasons for not

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New Resources

A list of Resources has been added to the site (see links in navigation bar). Information from various sites include: How and Where to Register State Registration Deadlines Taking Time Off to Vote Voting by Absentee Ballot Contact us if

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Politics – a Special Topic

Image from:How To Debate Politics Like A Gentleman More and more, I have begun to see politics—as a matter of discussion—as something of a special topic; and, not necessarily one to be avoided. Two recent examples will help me explain.

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Hello Nation

Something stuck inside me when I learned that neither one of my sons was registered to vote. That was over a year ago, and with the 2012 elections approaching I began to wonder… How can you help someone understand a

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