At 70 million strong, young people are now the largest voting age group in America, and we have social networks for everything. But if we wanted to find out which one of our friends were registering and mobilizing to vote, where would you go? Until recently, the answer was nowhere. Fortunately, a group of students in California are changing that with VoteCrew.
VoteCrew is a platform that makes it easy to rally friends to promise you that they will vote, register to vote, and make sure they actually show up to vote on (or before) Election Day. VoteCrew was built by Rise California, a nonprofit advocating for free college to mobilize their network of tens of thousands of students to vote. Since college students often juggle school along with multiple jobs, family responsibilities and much more, VoteCrew makes getting out the vote easy for students in a hurry.
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