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What if we held an election and everybody came?
As we get close to election day, the issue of voter turnout will be a topic of critique and discussion. For the outcome of every election depends on who shows up. It is said that too few Americans vote and voter turnout will be very low in 1996.
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director of the Center for Governmental Studies at Johns Hopkins University, co-author of Politics by Other Means
professor of government at the University of Maryland
director of the Times Mirror Center for the People and the Press
Originally Aired: 10/31/1996
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