How 3 New York Creatives Are Helping Give Students a Voice on Gun Control

'We Can Vote' is an election site for future voters

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Despite the marked rise in student activism in the wake of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting, it can be easy for politicians to ignore students. After all, most of them aren’t old enough to vote.

Inspired by recent student activism, three New York creatives decided to create a project to help elevate the voices of those students still too young to vote. They created WeCan.Vote, an election site for future voters.

The site allows students to vote on keeping or rejecting their current political representatives, providing links to the politicians’ websites and their NRA score.

“This generation asked us to march, and we marched.



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