All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘vote’

Lil Jon Wants Millennials To Rock The Vote

Remember when MTV began running continuous campaigns to “Rock the Vote” in 1990? Despite super stars like Madonna advocating the importance of young people getting out to the polls, voters under 30 were still largely absent from the democratic process. In 2010, the last midterm election, less than 25% of voters ages 18 to 29 bothered to cast a ballot. …

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George P. Bush: Beacon For Latino Voters?

George P. Bush, son of former Florida Governor Jeb Bush and nephew and grandson of presidents, has put his hat in the political ring as a candidate for Texas Land Comissioner. What’s so special about that? Well, besides being the latest Bush to boldly step into the political arena, Bush is of mixed race. His father, Jeb is married to …

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Astrodome Demolition in the Hands of Houston Voters

When it was constructed in 1965, the Astrodome was nicknamed, “The Eighth Wonder of the World.” At the time, the Astrodome was the world’s first multi-purpose domed stadium. Standing 208 feet tall, and with a roof-span of 642 feet, the 400,000 square foot stadium is still one of the most influential pieces of American architecture. That fact could soon be …

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Google Compiles Voting Info into One Easy Tool

Google knows that people use their service to find information on voting: when, where, how, who, etc. In order to make it a little easier, Google has compiled all of this information into one place, and they call it their Voter Information tool. You can access the tool here. Just enter your home address and that’s it. The voter tool …

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