It’s a common Election Day refrain: No vote, no grumble.
If you didn’t cast a ballot, in other words, you have no right to complain about the decisions made by those who were elected. 610 more words
Project Assessment – Assignment #11 / Urban Interventions Concert Poster
Applied Terms and Tools:
Our final assignment in the Public Relation Design Tools course at USC Annenberg was to create a benefit concert poster using all of the elements we have learned in class thus far. 377 more words
Town Committee Meets Thursday, November 20th
The November meeting of the Democratic Town Committee will be held Thursday, November 20th, at 7 p.m at New Britain City Hall, Room 504. 645 more words
Not only do movies and TV shows influence our political beliefs, but the actors and actresses that star in them can influence us as well. If you don’t believe me, check out the YouTube videos below, which feature celebrities encouraging everyone to do their civic duty by voting. 136 more words
Fun fact: Voter turnout across Massachusetts was 48% for the November 2014 Gubernatorial Election. That’s abysmal.
But instead of demonize those you didn’t vote and get all high and mighty, I’d rather ask “Why did so many people not vote?” Well, I will posit that the answer is “voter apathy.” Not apathy to the issues at hand, because I believe that everyone cares about them to some degree, even if they don’t say they do, but instead apathy toward being a (Democratic) voter in Massachusetts. 71 more words
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Lil Jon complained this morning on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram that he was forced to board an early flight from L.A. to Georgia to vote in person in today’s election after he never received a requested absentee ballot. 95 more words