WHY AREN'T YOU POLITICALLY ENGAGED?
They're your rights, why not use them?
posted about 8 years ago
Since its election season, and many students still aren't registered to vote and do not plan on voting, I'd like to know why.
If you are registered and plan on voting, do you know what is going to be on the ballot?
Do you feel like you have the power to affect the outcome of the election?
Do you understand different ways to get politically engaged other than voting? If so, do you actively participate in these other forms of democracy?
What do you believe being "actively engaged" means?
How does the political system work and what is your role in it?
Are you involved in any governmental student organizations? Do you feel like political events are publicized well on campus?
Do you understand the political discussions in the media?
Do you fact check?
Have you ever contacted your representatives?
Have you ever been to rallies in Annapolis or DC?
What about Canvassing?
What are your feelings about national v. state v. local governments?
This is your chance to go on rants and explain yourself to me. Go crazy!
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