"How Low Can You Go?" – Tackling the Civic Participation Challenge in California
September 25, 2015
By Efrain Escobedo Over the past decade, California has been doing the Limbo when it comes to civic participation. With the exception of the presidential election of 2008, we have continued to see the voter participation bar get lower and lower. A comparison of midterm elections in 2002 and 2014 shows a decline of almost […]Read More
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