Do Young People Matter in Politics? (Hint: Yes)

The millennial generation’s habits and choices as consumers and voters are subject to great scrutiny in an effort to divine how the generation will influence everything from retail trends to the next president. But, in the last election, millennials had the lowest turnout of any age group.

The get-out-the-vote initiative is the ideal resource for voters—of any age—to get mobilized and energize the pharmacy community…

A recent study by Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement (CIRCLE)—which seeks to increase youth participation in elections—studied every state to find out where the youth vote could possibly influence the outcome of the presidential election.

Their findings showed states with election practices that facilitate voter turnout like same-day registration, preregistration and online registration are essential to boosting youth participation in elections. The millennials seem to like their processes streamlined, and on their own terms.  Enter the nonpartisan NACDS RxIMPACT Votes program. The get-out-the-vote initiative is the ideal resource for voters—of any age—to get mobilized and energize the pharmacy community to get ready for the election process. Find everything you need to know about voter registration locations, volunteering for campaigns, building candidate relationships and voting on Election Day with NACDS RxIMPACT Votes.

 

On Election Day, every vote counts.

2017-06-27T12:51:14+00:00Feb-26-16|Categories: Article|Tags: |