A petition began last October to move the date of Halloween to the last Saturday of the month. The petition states that moving the holiday would allow more parents to accompany their kids during Trick or Treat. So far, it has picked up nearly 60,000 signatures, but seems to be grabbing more interest on social media now….in July.
A petition to bump Halloween from October 31 to the last Saturday of the month is picking up steam.
Launched last year by the nonprofit Halloween & Costume Association, it argues that a date change will lead to a "safer, longer, stress-free celebration." https://t.co/rZyxbYUZww
— CNN (@CNN) July 26, 2019
So what do you think? – KW