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Boston plans a drive to boost voter turnout that would allow same-day registration. Above, a voter and her children in Hyde Park.

City tries to build voter turnout

Registration bid seeks minorities, students

By Matt Viser
Globe Staff / June 12, 2006

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The city of Boston plans an all-out drive to allow voter registration on Election Day, and will launch aggressive voter drives among new Bostonians and high school students in an effort to boost turnout in the minority and non-English-speaking communities, Mayor Thomas M. Menino said last week. (Full article: 968 words)

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