This week we are doing a series on voting; providing information on the voting process, looking at voting trends, and asking people why they vote. You can hear the complete interviews here.
Monday’s interview – Ketchikan City Clerk Katie Suiter speaks about the election process, voting trends, and why she feels voting is important. Suiter_WhyVote
Tuesday’s interview – Kayhi government and history teacher Greg Middag speaks about what his students are learning about the voting process, and what they are saying. Middag_WhyVote
Wednesday’s interview – Sisters Joy Erickson and Lynn Clay tell about their experiences working at the polls over the years. 12PollWorkers
Thursday’s interview – Gail Fenumiai, Director of the State Division of Elections, speaks about the state election process and voting trends. Fenumiai_WhyVote
Friday’s interview – Ketchikan super-voter Gail Alguire shares a personal story on how one vote really does count. GailAlguire_WhyVote
We’d also like to hear from you. On Tuesday, September 18th from 7 – 9 pm, we’re having a call-in show where you can ask questions and/or share why you do or do not vote. You can also email your comments and questions in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org