Class At The University Of Central Florida Essay

1313 Words Apr 26th, 2016 null Page
To some citizens, politics is a fun and intriguing way to get involved in the decision making for this country. However, many others see voting as a dull obligation for society. I have learned that the generation that is proven to care less about who is running this nation is millennials. A study was done by my classmates and I that revealed more than 60% of millennials are uninformed about the 2016 presidential election. Since the most powerful man/woman in the world will be elected this November, I created a public service announcement (PSA) with a goal to get millennials informed about the 2016 presidential candidates by following them on Twitter. I supported my PSA with information from articles, studies, and outside PSA examples that I have viewed in class at the University of Central Florida. As a millennial myself, I understand that it is important for us get informed about the 2016 presidential election. An article I read in class from the Huffington Post titled Why Vote claims the election this November will have an effect on all of our personal lives. The article explains that these candidates will “lead your local and state governments — whether as your governor, mayor, city council member, or your state senator — will have a serious impact on the life of your community.” In order to make an impact on this election we must not only vote, but be informed with whom we are voting for. The PSA I created provides millennials with an easily accessible source of…

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