This Plan Hopes To Get Millennials To Vote

This Plan Hopes To Get Millennials To Vote

Make America Smart Again is a movement fighting voter apathy

Jiwon Kim
  • 15 july 2016

The events leading up to year’s upcoming presidential election have proven that the United States is extremely politically polarized. Political tension that stems from a multitude of differences that range from religion to income levels has surfaced into questions over whether democracy works. Therefore, it is understandable why this year’s elections calls for all those eligible to vote to actually vote. In response to the seriousness of the situation, Shepard Fairey and Amanda Fairey started a movement they call Make America Smart Again. They have narrowed their focus on getting millennials involved because this group belongs to the largest voting bloc.

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