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Quick Voting Stats

16

Million

American youth have turned 18 since the 2012 election

Youth are often drawn by candidates who promise change

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2 out of 3 youth ages 18-29 vote Democrat


Why Should I Vote?

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1)

Elections Have Consequences

You have the power to decide on the quality of life you want for yourself and future generations

2)

Not voting is giving
up your voice

Elections are decided by the people who go out and vote

3)

Voting is an
opportunity for change

Voting gives you that chance!


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Voter Turnout

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As of 2018, 60% of people who are eligible to vote has voted during the presidential election and 40% voted during the midterm elections

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More women have voted then men since 2008


Why does voting matter?

A voting member of society, you can help guide the future of our country, from war to the government

For reproductive rights to accessible healthcare, these issues will directly impact is if not now, then in the very near future

In the 2012 election, youth vote drastically impacted the final tally in four instrumental swing states


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