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Should Election Day be a National Holiday in the U.S?
Election Day Should be a National Holiday in the U.S.
It would increase the amount of voters and make democracy more representative.
It would reduce wait times at the polls.
It would open up more transportation options for people to get to the polls because they'd have more free time to get there.
It could be combined with Veteran's Day so a new holiday wouldn't need to be created.
It would reduce barriers and allow people to become more engaged in civics.
It would require voting restructuring to adapt to the uptick in numbers, which might be too complicated or expensive to implement.
The problem isn't ability to participate in voting, it's the willingness to vote.
People might spend the holiday on trips or events thereby making it more difficult to vote.
If a new holiday were created, it would impact economic productivity.
It could increase the amount of uninformed voters.
The effect on wait times is unpredictable and if the amount of voters increases to a vast degree, it could still result in long lines.
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