Immigrant communities have been under constant attack during the Trump Administration. With the midterm elections approaching, people are wondering if those voters will turn out and cast their ballots, or stay home. 341 more words
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The “Electoral College Shenanigans” game on www.sporcle.com quizzes users on random facts about previous elections, voter turnout, and election results. This game puts into perspective the impact the electoral college has had on past elections and also tests society’s knowledge the electoral college. 15 more words
Voting is both a right and a responsibility in the United States. The right to vote has been a main point of contention in our country’s history, so much so that three of our twenty-seven constitutional amendments protect our fundamental right to vote. 371 more words
Voter suppression has always been a major problem in the United States democracy. In the 2016 general election, only 70% of the eligible American population was registered to vote, a statistic that pales in comparison to other countries like Canada and Australia. 184 more words
Your vote matters. I can promise you that.
Every single person who has ever thought, “Why should I vote? Politics don’t affect me.” Is absolutely, positively, dead, flat wrong. 880 more words