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New Voter Expansion Project Expected To Launch

Story By: Larry Stine

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 2/28/2014

The Democratic National Committee is expected to launch a new voter expansion project. The DNC plans to detail the new initiative at its annual winter meeting, which kicks off Thursday. The project is aimed at increasing voter registration and turnout ahead of this year's mid-term elections. Democrats hope to be able to hold onto their majority in the Senate. The party would also need to pick up 17 Republican-held seats in the House to win control of that chamber. The Republican National Committee is also making a push for voters by investing heavily in technology to increase its store of voter data.

   
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