“Like many Gen Z voters, my urge to become civically engaged began before the 2016 election, despite not being of age to vote. This was the beginning of the dismissal by older generations that we were too young to understand the complexities of American politics,” Rija Nazir writes in this Kansas Reflector column.
If somebody honks at you downtown Saturday afternoon, it’s (hopefully) just a friendly reminder to get to the polls on or before Aug. 2.
Pere DeRoy says for marginalized communities, the Kansas constitutional amendment on the right to abortion is not the beginning or the end of the issue of medical mistreatment.
Young activists have formed an organization to energize people around reproductive justice and appeal better to young voters. With a fun, western theme, Vote Neigh aims to get people excited about mobilizing to vote “no” on Aug. 2 and preserve abortion rights.
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