Minors Can Publish Political Opinions In The News

MinorsVote.Com Announces New Features For Minors To Have Their Voices Heard In Politics On Website's First Anniversary June 26, 2012
NEWTOWN, Conn. - July 3, 2013 - PRLog -- MinorsVote.com is a website at which minors can voice their political opinions. Minors can vote on polls and discuss these topics in forums. People under voting age can now support a political party and can vote on current issues such as Gay Marriage, Involvement in the Syrian Revolution, and Gun policies. This website already has been featured in the news on Huffington Post, Youth Radio, and The Newtown Bee. 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, and minors can connect with the website through Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, Google Plus, and an email newsletter.

MinorsVote.com has just released new features today. Users can now create local chapters, which have access to posting political opinion articles on the site's news page, and posting about White House Petitions that they have created to share with other minors. These news articles are then sent to newspapers and youth rights organizations, which MinorsVote.com has partnerships with, to be published by those sites. This organization currently has national partnerships with five news sources, which will publish articles written by minors across America. MinorsVote.com also has local partnerships with five other news sources, which will publish articles written by minors in their communities.

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