Premise of Election Days

Part 1

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  1. Why not vote on weekends. That way enforcement of time off will not be as necessary. No mention of dark money committed on issues only.
    By the way the Please share you thoughts blocks out the whole right side of the language letter.

  2. Why not vote on weekends. That way enforcement of time off will not be as necessary. No mention of dark money committed on issues only. By the way the please share your thoughts blocks out the whole right side of the language letter.

  3. Hi all, Fay, several reasons for having a weekday, some of the same voting days:
    1) some things will be familiar when all the changes/reforms are decided on – for some stability!
    2) this is not about taking workers’ time for more to do besides be with families, resting and recovering as weekends were for when established!
    3) this is to be an ‘extra’ Holiday – to emphasize its importance, give time especially to this matter, increase voter participation, etc..!!
    4) this will give a pool of citizens for serving as volunteer and/or ‘called upon’ service as election workers, trained, with small compensation, in Election Duty, similar to citizens required to perform Jury Duty…
    etc…
    I do not understand your comment, Fay, about ‘dark money’ – we do address this in Part I with public funding, take a read!