How to be an Active, Informed Voter

How to be an Active, Informed Voter

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Democratic primaries are underway, and some major elections are just around the corner. Now more than ever, it’s vital that you vote. After all, how can your country work for you if you don’t have a say in it? But becoming an active, informed voter can be a daunting task, especially when you don’t know much about politics. How do you know what to believe and who to vote for? Don’t worry – we’ve all been there! We all start off without much political knowledge, but we can all learn.

In our new webinar about how to become an engaged voter, Lynn, Amanda, and Rachel walk you through everything you need to know. It starts with understanding your own values and stances on current issues. Research the different sides of each issue, the political parties, and the candidates running for office. Learn to determine who best aligns with your views and values. Find out where and how to vote – and not just once every four years! Finally, discover how you can stay involved all year long.

No matter what anyone tells you, know that your vote matters. Your opinion and your voice need to be heard. So get out there and learn about your government and cast your vote. It’s a small but vital step to make sure your country works for you and those you care about.

Democratic primary elections have already begun and extend into June, and the general election is on November 3rd. Be ready to vote for the candidates and initiatives that matter to you!

Here’s everything you need to know so you can become an active, informed voter. Watch our full webinar below:
We talked about a lot of political resources in our webinar. Here are some you may find useful:
Download our own Candidate Report Card resource below:
Looking for a little musical inspiration as you decide how to vote? Check out our political playlist below!
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