Deliberation Day is a proposed holiday promoting deliberative democracy suggested by American political scientists Bruce Ackerman and James Fishkin. It would supplement or replace Presidents' Day in the United States. On Deliberation Day, selected citizens would be invited to participate in public community discussions about the upcoming elections, and given financial compensation for their involvement, on the condition that they would vote.
This is one of several electoral reforms proposed for the U.S.
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