Why Vote? Because It Matters

Think about the topics that are important to you – what are they?

The environment? Healthcare? Tuition costs? The economy? Medical marijuana?

All of these represent votable issues, and therefore, fall within the realm of politics. Original uses of the word politics included “pertaining to public affairs,” “citizens of the state,” “pertaining to public life,” and the like. This is us, as citizens of this city, and many of us as citizens of the United States.

Check out the issues that are important to your fellow Bears!

It’s time to participate in your future!
The college demographic has the lowest rates of voter participation in the U.S.
Approximately 46% of Millennials aged 18-29 voted in the 2016 Presidential Election. Comparatively, 70.9% of those persons 65 years old and older cast their vote in 2016.

How will Generation Z vote in 2020?

Know the Facts!