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What You Need to Know About Jury Duty

August 17, 2015
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In today’s entry, Julian Omidi discusses the facts regarding how jurors are selected.

Jury duty is a civic duty that many dislike, but participating is certainly something to be proud of. Last week, it was reported that real estate mogul and presidential candidate Donald Trump will be […]

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Community involvement is important to America

Are You Participating in your Community?

August 10, 2015
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Julian Omidi, co-founder of Civic Duty, discusses the importance of participating in your local community events.

Communities are built on the involvement of government officials, private companies and its citizens. Sadly, participation in many aspects of our communities is dwindling. The lack of involvement has some serious […]

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Mandatory voting would make it our civic duty to elect officials

If Voting Became a Civic Duty, What Would Change?

August 3, 2015
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Julian Omidi, co-founder of civicduty.org discusses the potential benefits of a mandatory voting low.
America’s voter participation is well documented at an all-time low. This means a near majority of the population isn’t expressing their political decision. If voting were to become mandatory […]

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Why Americans Need to Start Voting Again

July 27, 2015
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In today’s entry, Julian Omidi discusses why it’s important to exercise your right to vote.

It’s common knowledge that Americans are voting less and less. Statistics show that in 2014, only 41.9% of the voting-age population cast a vote in the congressional election […]

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