"It’s important to vote because we need to elect leaders who can advocate for us. Trailblazers have fought for our right to go out to the polls and enable us as citizens to support candidates who care about the communities they serve. If you’re not eligible to vote, you can provide information to voters on where to find unbiased sources to learn more about candidates. Educating others to make informed voting choices is super important as well!"
2) What causes are you the most passionate about when it comes to voting?
"The causes I’m most passionate about include healthcare accessibility, reproductive freedom, gender equality, public school funding, and scientific research funding. As a woman and public school grad, I’m tuned into issues that affect not only myself, but also others who identify similarly."
3) Do you believe the youth can make a difference when it comes to voting?
"100%! Youth can take part in political conversations and help educate others about elections. Young people can raise awareness about issues they are especially tuned into and voice their opinions to those who are in positions to take action."
4) How do you think you can use your voice to make a difference in society?
"I can use my voice to write meaningful content that educates others about issues that affect me and the communities that I am a part of. Social media is a powerful tool for sharing thoughts and opinions. Online resources can motivate people to make a difference offline."