Senior, Political Science, North Carolina Central University
The reason I vote is because four years ago a lot of people thought their vote didn’t matter. There’s a lot more on the ballot than just the big elections. There’s the Senate, there’s the Commissioner of Insurance, there’s Governor. I wanted to go vote because I know things are not going to change unless you take action – and not just on the big things, but on the little things that affect the big things.
Photo by Briana Brough
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