Oct. 12, 2012
-- At MinorsVote.com, people under voting age can now support a political party and vote on presidential candidates, weapons laws, Obamacare, and other current issues. This website already has been recognized by other political and youth rights organizations.
MinorsVote.com has received excellent reviews from those who have visited it, saying that it was "an ingenious idea" and that it was "very professional and well done." This is a chance for minors to voice their political opinions.
A website like this is not found anywhere else. There have already been discussions about minor political parties, food stamps, military policies, and more. There is an email newsletter that minors can sign up for to receive notifications as well as through a Twitter, Tumblr, Facebook, and Google Plus account.
If a user wants to start a political discussion in their area, they can ask for a local forum to be created. In this local forum, politics of a state or town can be discussed with other members of that community. The link to the local forum would be posted on the Local Forums page.
Now, minors can voice their political opinions on a local and national scale in forums and by answering polls at MinorsVote.com.
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