Radio show

From: Edward Cherlin <edward_dot_cherlin_at_etssg_dot_com>
Date: Sat Nov 08 2003 - 15:14:16 CST

This program is on now on KQED San Francisco, 88.5 FM. David Dill
is on it. It will be repeated tomorrow.

Sat November 8, 2003--1:00pm
Sun November 9, 2003--1:00am
Radio Specials

"Whose Vote Counts?" (1pm, 1am): Millions of Americans are
routinely stymied when they attempt the most basic right of our
democracy - casting a vote. Listeners will meet an elderly woman
in California confronted with a ballot that is too small to
read; a Florida man who can't get his wheelchair across the
ditch in front of the polling place; and a New Yorker who wrote
some bad checks as a young man and is barred from voting. "Whose
Vote Counts?" will explore how these barriers might affect the
2004 elections. This special is a co-production of the Center
for Investigate Reporting and American RadioWorks. (Part of the
Public Radio Collaboration Whose Democracy Is It?)

Edward Cherlin, Simputer Evangelist
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