Politics in India's Really Really Big Election

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Indian resident Santoshi Bhumej, the first voter who entered the polling booth to cast her vote, poses after voting in Dibrugarh on April 7, 2014, during national elections.

Today is the third day of voting in the 2014 Indian elections. Marshall Bouton, interim director of the Asia Society Policy Institute and former special assistant to the US ambassador to India, discusses the big issues in the vote, who the candidates are, and what role religious affiliations are playing in the election.