If Everyone Voted
Organizer: 92nd Street Y
Voting is a cornerstone of American democracy and yet in any given election, only 50 to 60% of eligible Americans vote, a rate that puts America behind many developed nations.
What would happen if 80 … 90 ... or even 100% showed up on Election Day? Join us as we ask why democracy works better when more people participate and what changes when more people vote. Trevor Potter, Janai Nelson, María Teresa Kumar, and Kim Wehle in conversation with E.J. Dionne Jr.