I Can’t Vote Yet but I Can Make a Difference in our Democracy

Being 16 years old has its perks, but unfortunately, casting my own ballot in this year’s election is not one of them. I’m determined to make a difference for our democracy in other ways, and one of those ways is making sure everyone’s voice can be heard. I am committed to driving friends and family to the polls and encouraging loved ones to vote. This year will be the second election year that Gen Z has been eligible to vote, and Gen Z is also the most ethnically and racially diverse generation! As the youngest voting generation, I’d like to remind Gen Z that every vote matters. This year there’s plenty of attention around safe voting practices and it’s very important to be an educated voter! Doing your research on candidates and important issues is key to casting an educated vote for this November’s election. #Vote2020 #GoVote #GenZ #NewDriver #VoteEarly #StudentVote

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