If it were a holiday we would probably get more voters, so yes.
—Benjamin Schmitt, senior in chemistry
Yes, because it is important. Our votes determine who is in charge, and the people in charge determine how things are going to be.
—Leo Stith, freshman in agronomy
The voting day for the presidential election should be a holiday but not the voting day for more minor things.
—Briena Duryea, sophomore in special education
Yes, because the voting turnout would be better if people got to have the day off from work and school. They might not have the chance otherwise.
—Eric Banzhaf, sophomore in entrepreneurship.
No, because I do not find it to be extremely important.
—Lacey Ostmeyer, freshman in management information systems.