Rock The Vote: How This Generation Can Get Involved In The 2016 Race – Ashley Spillane June 2015


Consider this: There are nearly 93 million Millennials in the country right now, making them the largest generation in the country’s history.

….the most diverse generation in the country, and now make up the largest share of the workforce. So, why aren’t they the most influential voting bloc in the country?

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It’s tough to imagine this happening now, but 25 years ago this month, a Florida judge banned a controversial record because the lyrics were deemed obscene.

When 2 Live Crew went ahead and performed tracks like “Me So Horny” and “Dick Almighty,” two members of the band were arrested.

This moment galvanized a national conversation on censorship, after the music industry decided it couldn’t sit on the political sidelines anymore.

Industry insiders launched Rock the Vote because they knew the only way to change what was happening in politics and government was to exercise their own political power at the ballot box.

Twenty-five years later, Rock the Vote is still guided by that same principle. We know that if we’re going to influence the future of our country, we need to exercise our right to vote.

 

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