Early voting: Up to a third of voters could make a choice before Election Day

Monday, September 29, 2008

You might think that voting day is November 4th, but, for many, Americans voting day is tomorrow. And the day after. And the day after. It’s estimated that up to a third of voters this year will vote early. Paul Gronke of the Reed College Early Voting Information Center joins The Takeaway to tell us more about early voters as a growing demographic. Linda Howe, the head of the Lucas County, Ohio Board of Elections joins us to tell us how she’s preparing for the expected influx of early voters.
Guests: Linda Howe, Lucas County (Ohio) Board of Elections, and Paul Gronke, director of the Reed College Early Voting Information Center

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