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Solving Voter Apathy 2004

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A site for the uninformed voters of the United States

Voter apathy is a growing problem in the United States, when people who are eligible to vote choose not to.  Causes of voter apathy include people not knowing enough about the candidates running for office, negative campaigning and advertisements, and the length of the political platforms.

Causes of Voter Apathy

 

 

 

Mission Statement

  • To encourage young people to get out there and make a difference
  • To make eligible voters realize that if they do not vote, it is like giving their vote to the other candidate
  • To persuade people who were not going to vote, to pick one issue they feel strongly about, and then support a candidate who has the same stand
  • To inform people about real issues
  • To let people know that an election does not have to be negative
  • To convince at least one visitor of this site to vote
  • Our target audiences are young people, and women who are about 18-30, because these are the largest groups that are affected by voter apathy

 

                                
"Our Nation - this generation - will lift a dark threat of violence
from our people and our future. We will rally the world to this
cause by our efforts, by our courage. We will not tire, we will not
falter, and we will not fail."
-George W. Bush
 
 
                  
"I think in the end, Americans are going to come out in huge
numbers. They know their vote counts and we're going to protect
people's right to vote."
-John Kerry
 
 
                        
"A leader has the vision and conviction that a dream can be
achieved. He inspires the power and energy to get it done."
-Ralph Nader

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Last updated: October 26, 2004
 
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