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  • 1. WHY YOUNG ADULTS DON’T VOTE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9pYF2OFIsU 1:20
  • 2. ISSUE • Young adults are less likely to vote compared to adults over the age of 30.
  • 3. STAKEHOLDERS • Candidates • Government • Legislatures • Media • Voters • General Population
  • 4. SOLUTION 1: SOCIAL NETWORKING Pros: • Engages a wide audience • Helps young people feel more involved • Explains complex ideas • Increases donations • Increase votes
  • 5. SOLUTION 1: CONT. Cons: • Time consuming • More campaign workers needed • Have to pay extra workers
  • 6. SOLUTION 2: VOTING THROUGH SOCIAL NETWORKS Pros: • 90% young people use social media • Social media is convenient • Attracts attention • Easier to find information on candidates
  • 7. SOLUTION 2: CONT. Cons: • Could get distracted by other things on the internet • Ignore the chance to vote online
  • 8. SOLUTION 3: OUTREACH FOR CAMPAIGNING IN SCHOOLS CLEARER EXPLANATION OF POLITICS Pros: • Rallies and assemblies will increase awareness • These assemblies and rallies influence young adults to vote • Guest speakers influence
  • 9. SOLUTION 3: CONT. Cons: • Students may lose interest • Not interested in issues being discussed
  • 10. SOLUTION 4: OUTREACH FOR CAMPAIGNING IN SCHOOLS Pros: • Campaigners could make it fun for students • Reassure students that their vote matters • An election could be groundbreaking
  • 11. SOLUTION 4: CONT. Cons: • Being forced to vote can lead to not voting at all • Could vote for the wrong person
  • 12. CONCLUSION • Social Media will help young adults feel more involved in elections • Voting through social media is more practical than going to a voting booth • Rallies and assemblies will help persuade students to vote • Making voting fun for students will influence them to vote
  • 13. SOURCES http://www.theworldsbestever.com/2008/01/21/shepard-fairey-vote!.jpg http://www.evangelicalsforsocialaction.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/VotingBooth.jpg http://www.dynamicbarcode.com/images/Government.jpg http://blog.socibuzz.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/top-social-networkingsites.jpg http://www.ikea.com/us/en/images/products/pugg-wallclock__13080_PE040801_S4.jpg http://thevirtualimage.com/wpcontent/uploads/2012/05/20090210PHT48991_original.jpg http://www.learnblogtips.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/how-internet-is-ruiningyour-blogging-life.jpg http://www.pewinternet.org/2012/11/06/social-media-and-voting/ http://www.pewresearch.org/data-trend/media-and-technology/social-networkinguse/ http://www.civicyouth.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/2012YouthVote.jpg https://www.sherwoodchamber.org/newsfeed/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/SpiritRally1.jpg http://www.civicyouth.org/wp-content/uploads/2007/10/Voter-Turnout-by-Ed-AttainPresidential.jpg http://www.johntyler1968.com/000/3/0/6/3603/userfiles/image/Vote19.jpg http://images.smh.com.au/2010/07/19/1702561/svOPED_JULY20-420x0.jpg http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/dam/assets/121016103300-education-voting-scholasticstory-top.jpg