Be with us- Youth Voter Awareness Campaign

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message youth voter awareness campaign

Youth are the pillars of our nation, they are the hope of our society their active participation in voting process can bring positive change in our society.Youth of 21st century are more aware about the daily happening their part in voting is must. We all youth of India must vote for our mother India. Vote Hamara Adhikar he nahi our Moral Duity.

Why Youths Need to be Involved?
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First, democracy is strongest when citizens participate and for too long, young people haven’t been full participants. Second, the best way to get politi¬cal leaders to pay attention to young people and their issues is to demonstrate that young people are a viable constituency that can be mobilized. By increasing the number of young people vot¬ing in a big way, issues affecting youth may quicker be addressed and politicians will start taking young people’s opinions seriously.
Youth need to feel that their vote can make a difference. Many youth feel disconnected from the political system. They feel disillusioned and disempowered within the political process. The end result is that many of our youth in Trinidad and Tobago do not vote. They believe that issues affecting them are not taken seriously and they do not see many policies and issues debated by our political leaders as affecting them. Many of them are not even aware of the legislative policies and issues. This is why this Youth Voter Awareness Campaign is so important. It seeks to reach youth through exciting activities aimed at enlightening them and sensitizing them towards the electoral process and civic participation in the electoral process.

Why Youth Voting Matters


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  • Voting is habit-forming: when young people learn the voting process and vote they are more likely to do so when they are older. If individuals have been motivated to get to the polls once, they are more likely to return. So, getting young people to vote early could be key to raising a new generation of voters.
  • Young people are a major subset of the electorate and their voices matter:
  • More then 46 million young people ages 18-29 years old are eligible to vote, while 39 million seniors are eligible to vote.
    Involving young people in election-related learning, activities and discussion can have an impact on the young person’s household, increasing the likelihood that others in the household will vote.
  • Young people are most effective messengers within their communities.
  • They are the Future of Nation.
  • They can change entire situation.


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Be with us- Youth Voter Awareness Campaign

Be with us- Youth Voter Awareness Campaign

Be with us- Youth Voter Awareness Campaign

Be with us- Youth Voter Awareness Campaign

Be with us- Youth Voter Awareness Campaign

Be with us- Youth Voter Awareness Campaign

Be with us- Youth Voter Awareness Campaign

Be with us- Youth Voter Awareness Campaign

Be with us- Youth Voter Awareness Campaign

Be with us- Youth Voter Awareness Campaign

Be with us- Youth Voter Awareness Campaign

Be with us- Youth Voter Awareness Campaign

Be with us- Youth Voter Awareness Campaign

Be with us- Youth Voter Awareness Campaign

Be with us- Youth Voter Awareness Campaign

Be with us- Youth Voter Awareness Campaign

Be with us- Youth Voter Awareness Campaign

Be with us- Youth Voter Awareness Campaign

Be with us- Youth Voter Awareness Campaign

Be with us- Youth Voter Awareness Campaign

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13 thoughts on “Be with us- Youth Voter Awareness Campaign

  1. “Every vote counts. Keeping this in mind, every citizen to go to the polling booth and cast their votes. As per records, state assembly witnessed only 67.18% of polling in state while it reduced to 65.31% in 2008. Its really perfect campaign run by MESSAGE Org. We all must vote for Nation
    Nitin

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  2. Youngsters like me who love spending most of their time in surfing the web are finding the new strategy quite welcoming. “I don’t know much about politics. But I am pretty excited as I will be using my voting rights for the first time. So I wanted to know each and every thing including my name in the list. Please send links.
    Rajni singh

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  3. Android App
    Appealing to the young voters, more than 15 district election offices recently launched their Facebook pages. One can fine information about the voting procedure, use of EVM machines, voters’ names and even affidavit submitted by the candidates on the site.
    The Facebook pages also have promotional films uploaded with sports personalities like Saina Nehwal for voting awareness. The Jaipur Voter Helpline Android App has also been launched recently. Designed especially for young voters, information related to electoral roll and polling booths can be accessed without turning on a computer, just the app needs to be downloaded. The user can also find his polling booth as well as the route to reach the polling station with this app. No doubt, the tech savvy youth is taking a keen interest.
    Rohit

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  4. Yes this is the time Every new voter has to exercise their vote to change the corrupt system. We have one opportunity in 2014 and after that we may not get this in future the way the country is bieng suled.
    Thomas

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  5. It is a matter of pride that 149 million young voters will exercise their franchise.Before voting the young brigade should keep in mind about their safety and progress of our country.The neo-liberal economy has curtailed to job opportunity in India.The present growth is called “JOBLOSS” growth.Moreover the communal situation is tense.We must counter the communalism and fundamentalist forces.Corruption,communalism and unemployment problems must be countered.We have seen both the congress and BJP led govts in the centre.The young force must build the strong nation.Defeating both BJP and Congress we should bring a third alternative of left and democratic forces.
    We all must vote for our Nation India.
    JUHEB

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  6. It is a matter of pride that 149 million young voters will exercise their franchise.Before voting the young brigade should keep in mind about their safety and progress of our country.The neo-liberal economy has curtailed to job opportunity in India.The present growth is called “JOBLOSS” growth.Moreover the communal situation is tense.We must counter the communalism and fundamentalist forces.Corruption,communalism and unemployment problems must be countered.We have seen both the congress and BJP led govts in the centre.The young force must build the strong nation.Defeating both BJP and Congress we should bring a third alternative of left and democratic forces.

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  7. THANK YOU INTENET&SOCIAL MEDIA THAT EFFORTS OF ALL BRIBED AND IMMORAL AND SLAVISH PRINT AND ELCTRONIC MEDIA AND TV CHANNESL&WEBSITES OF CROOKED DYNASTY ARE NOT WORKING ANY MORE! YES INDIANS WILL SOOON BE LIBERATED FROM CLUTHCED OF CROOKED DYNASTY&AGENTS&LOOTERS SOOM,FOLKS!
    Thanks to MESSAGE Org good effort

    Rockey

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  8. In my opinion young voters will not only go for voting but also like to vote for Modi because their future is dark in the hands of other parties. We have witnessed how they have been filling their bags with money totally ignoring the interests of the people and this is something that everybody is now aware of.
    Yes we vote for our Nation
    Amitabh Seks

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  9. लोकतंत्र को मजबूत करने की जिम्मेदारी आज के युवाओं पर है, इसके लिए जरुरी है वोट करना। यदि युवा चाहें तो अपने वोट से ऐसी सरकार का निर्माण कर सकते हैं जो हर वर्ग के लिए कुछ बेहतर करने का प्रयास करे। इसलिए वोट अवश्य करें। मतदान आपका अधिकार है।

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  10. WHY SHOULD YOUNG PEOPLE VOTE?

    First and foremost, voting is our RIGHT! At the very least, we owe it to the numerous activists that worked to give us this right by simply availing it. As young people, the future starts with us. We have the chance to make our government the way that WE want it to be, but it all starts with one thing: a vote.

    Alisha

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