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Tue April 30, 2013
Do too many voters sit on the sidelines on Election Day?
A couple of recent columns in Bridge Magazine caught our eye and we wanted to bring the writers together to share their thoughts with you.
The subject: exercising our right to vote.
From coast-to-coast, too many Americans sit on the sidelines when it comes to Election Day.
And, looking at the City of Detroit, with its state-appointed emergency manager running things, Detroiter Karen Dumas believes that Detroiters have paid a price for what she calls a "lack of diligence."
She spelled out her thoughts in a recent Bridge column.
And Bridge staff writer Nancy Derringer reports on a group in Detroit trying to "make voting cool," especially among the young people who are starting to move into the city.
Listen to the full interview above.
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