“I wasn’t jubilant to vote, I didn’t look at the process as tedious and exhausting. That was, until, I got to a polling place on the last day of early voting.”
A little-known Georgia code, OCGA 21-2-215, says your high school must provide you with the opportunity to register to vote. Does yours? VOX ATL reporter, and first-time voter, Maya Martin investigates.
Atlanta teens have one burning question for mayoral candidates Keisha Lance Bottoms and Mary Norwood.
Whoever wins the election for Atlanta mayor will not only have an impact on the taxpayers and today’s voters, but us, the teens of metro Atlanta and the generations to come.
Older voters have scratched their heads wondering why this generation has become so anti-establishment. One important factor is that many Millennials came of age during the recession. Many had parents who lost a job and opportunities that were once pathways to success disintegrated at the hands of a crippling economy.
I attend The George Washington University in Washington D.C., and my dorm room is only a few blocks away from the White House. I find myself steering away from the political scene before it chokes me.
Here in Atlanta, we have made it a priority to combat human trafficking. The latest initiative? The opportunity to vote for Amendment 2 on Georgia’s 2016 statewide ballot on Nov. 8.
Bernie Sanders is possibly the most liberal Democrat to appear on voters’ ballots, much to the pleasure of younger voters in America. Sanders’ extremely liberal views on health care, women’s rights, and marijuana legalization are appealing to youth, even those who may not regularly follow politics, making him a standout among his presidential candidates. A […]