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Youth Vote Coalition:
A national nonpartison coalition of diverse organizations established to increase participation, build Responsive Government and Promote Awareness.
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Welcome to Youth Vote Coalition’s new website!
Youth Vote is the nation’s largest non-partisan coalition working to increase the political involvement of 50 million Americans, 18-30 years old. The Youth Vote coalition consists of over ninety diverse national organizations representing hundreds of organizations and millions of young people.
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We will continue to add more information in the coming weeks, including information on Youth Vote field sites, as well as Youth Vote events, in your area. Please check back often as we add new features every day! If you have any questions or comments, please e-mail us at email@example.com . We would like to thank Elias Kai as our search marketing consultant.
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Latest Youth Vote News
The Institution for Social and Policy Studies at Yale University has published several papers and articles on youth voter mobilization and participation, including the most recent evaluation of Youth Vote Coalition work, Getting Out the Youth Vote in Local Elections: Results from Six Door-to-Door Canvassing Experiments, Green, Gerber and Nickerson, 2002. Read about the presentation and panel discussion scheduled for June 18th, or read the full report (requires Adobe Acrobat).
Make a celebration of voting and political parties part of the civics lesson We celebrate what we value. We claim to value citizenship and political participation. But we do virtually nothing to celebrate the entry of young Americans into political maturity. Is it any wonder that so few young people vote? [8/5/02]
Voter ID dispute stalls action on election reform Election reform legislation has stalled in Congress over objections about requiring firsttime voters to prove their identity at the polls. [7/26/02]
After 9/11 Patriotism may be up in the polls, but not presence at the polls The public may be feeling more patriotic since the Sept. 11 attacks. But that doesn’t mean it’s any more likely to vote. [7/8/02]
Youth Apathy and the polling place Attention college students and recent graduates: the American political cognoscenti have written you off. According to political consultants and analysts on both sides, young people don’t vote, making them irrelevant in the political process. [7/5/02]
Unlocking the Youth Vote EIGHTEEN- to 24-year-olds are voting much less often, according to a new survey. And that’s despite highly publicized efforts to get them to the polls. [7/1/02]
Lawmakers Unveil Free Air Time Proposal as the Next Step in Campaign Finance Reform “…we’re very concerned that these rising costs [of campaigns] prevent young people, who have done a lot of work in their communities and are very qualified, from considering running for office or launching their own campaigns because the prices are too high” – Rebecca Evans, Alliance for Better Campaigns press conference. [6/19/02]
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