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Social Media is a Powerful Tool

Voting is important for our nation and local communities. For our voice to be heard, we must express our opinion. Not everyone has the right to vote, so we should use our vote to make a change and take a stand. Did you know that registered voters between the ages of 18 and 29 are the least likely to go out and vote? In the 2016 election, 138 million American citizens voted which is 58% of the eligible voting population. So, why are only 58% using their right to vote? We can change minds through social media.
We can appeal to young citizens eligible to vote by informing them on candidate choices, what each stand for, and why voting is important. Citizens between the ages of 18 and 29 spend the most time on social media. Did you know that Instagram and Snapchat are the most popular among 18 to 24-year-old citizens? Pictures can speak words and posting inspiring photos that promote voting on Instagram and Snapchat are a good marketing strategy and can change minds. It's a good way to …

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