We took on the streets to ask people why they think it’s important to vote.
This is what they told us.
Help us share their voices.
You hold the power to decide the quality of life for yourself and future generations in your hands.
Stand up for issues you care about like health care, park preservation, or funding local schools with your vote.
Elections are decided by those who show up to the polls. Be proactive. Learn about the policies and the candidates. If you don’t vote, someone else will make the decision for you. Your vote has power.
You pay taxes, but do you know what that money funds? The majority don’t.
Casting your ballot is choosing where you want your tax dollars going – such as funding local libraries and raising minimum wage.
Do you want change in your community, state, and even the nation? Do you like how things are?
Either way, voting is how you support the candidates and policies you want to see.
Ensure your voice is heard this election. Make an impact.
Our communities are filled with friends, loved ones, neighbors, and children.
Not everyone knows the importance of voting, and some don’t have the privilege.
Your decision to vote impacts yourself and those around you.