NBA Will Not Play On Election Day, Encouraging Fans To Vote

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The NBA will not play games on Election Day, Nov. 8, this season in an effort to encourage increased voter turnout for the midterm elections among fans. The league has scheduled games around holidays before, namely Christmas Eve and Thanksgiving, but has never gone to such lengths for Election Day. All 30 teams will instead compete on Nov. 7. In a statement following the announcement, the NBA reiterated its dedication to “promoting nonpartisan civic engagement and encouraging fans to make a plan to vote.” The decision seems to be an extension of previous efforts by the league to support expand…

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