Early voting: Yup, it's a really big deal this year

Friday, October 24, 2008

Early voters are turning out like never before, which could lead to a record-setting overall election turnout. Why is it happening? A black presidential candidate (Barack Obama), a female presidential candidate (ultimately, not Hillary Clinton), an energizing and polarizing VP candidate (Sarah Palin)? And what does the high turnout mean?

Guests:

Paul Gronke

Contributors:

Christina M. Russo

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