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Why young people should vote in 2016
  • Recent graduates: You're heading into the workforce or will be come the end of the next term. The next presidency will be your chance to receive the future you want to have.
  • New parents: Giving your children all they need is what you want. Give them a world they are excited to enter at the end of their 13 years of public education.
  • Children of immigrants: The current system is broken and I have heard it from both parties. You are their voice on how it can be fixed for future immigrants.
  • People with part-time jobs: You have likely faced capitalism at its worst. Your opinions on issues such as minimum wage and healthcare are relevant and need to be heard.
  • All youth: You are NOT retiring/facing death by 2020. This is YOUR life we're about to vote for.

Raise the retirement age? Work longer hours? Retirees read aloud for themselves some of the out-of-touch right-wing ideas to come from the Presidential candidates. Their reactions are worth a watch.

What transpired…last night was not just a tragedy, it was an act of terror. This hateful killing is a horrific reminder that, while we have made important progress in civil rights for all of our people, we are far from eradicating racism.

The case of Kentucky clerk Kim Davis has captivated the nation –  and become a wedge issue among the packed Republican presidential field. 

Here’s a look and where the GOP candidates stand.

Voters deserve to know where 2016 presidential hopefuls REALLY stand on reproductive freedom. Help us make them OWN IT! → http://nar.al/ownit

When It Comes to Independent Voters, Rand Paul Dominates All Other Republican Candidates

Rand Paul has reached out to minority communities like no other Republican candidate has. He’s stayed true to his values, and the results are showing: Rand Paul gets more independent support than any other Republican.

From New York Times/CBS News Poll:

If (insert name) runs for the Republican nomination for president in 2016, would you consider voting for him/her, would you not consider voting for him/her, or don’t you know enough to say?

  1. Rand Paul: 33% would consider
  2. Marco Rubio: 30% would consider
  3. Chris Christie: 26% would consider
  4. Jeb Bush: 22% would consider
  5. Ted Cruz: 22% would consider
  6. Mike Huckabee: 21% would consider
  7. Scott Walker: 18% would consider
  8. Ben Carson: 16% would consider
  9. Rick Perry: 14% would consider
  10. Rick Santorum: 12% would consider
  11. Carly Fiorina: 11% would consider
  12. Bobby Jindal: 11% would consider
  13. John Kasich: 9% would consider
  14. Lindsey Graham: 8% would consider

It’s pretty clear: these candidates don’t trust women. Tell them to #OwnIt: http://nar.al/3td