From Republicans in Georgia to Democrats in California, we illustrated what young people from around the country said what they would need to get through election day 2016.
This election has seen a lot of big talk about returning to lost greatness or better times.
Not even video games are safe from the touch of the campaign.
“Simple things like bringing in the voting machine and let the students practice it” can help students feel more prepared to vote.
As the Black Panther Party turns 50, we take a look back at their Ten Point Program. How far have we come?
Whether or not millennials show up to vote could be the deciding factor in many of the battleground states. So let’s check in and see what the campaigns are doing to bring them out…or keep them home.
“Things that would be considered absurd in high school debate are seen as norms on the national stage. Dodging questions, rhetoric rather than facts, arguing against something without offering an alternative.”
Run 4 Prez is a race-style game where you compete against an opponent to see who gets to the White House first. Get your electoral facts wrong, and your campaign will be left in the dust. Get your facts right, and you’ll out-run your competitor for the win!
After one particularly rough tournament, I angrily threw my bags into my mom’s car and complained to her about the guys I had to deal with. [T]o my surprise she told me to get used it.