Voting is crucial for a multitude of reasons. It is crucial to solving the climate crisis and the promise of a livable future for young people. It is crucial to enacting change in our communities. It is crucial to sending a message to all people – present and future – what kind of country, state, county or city we hope we are and become. Voting is power. Voting is change. Voting is hope.
Climate activists Annie Qin, Cynthia Tran, Ananya Seelam, Issac Smith, Dawn Royster, Rohan Tapiawala, Asher Wexler and Karina Samuel are using the power of their votes to support bringing about change and hope. Read why below.
1. Annie Qin
2. Cynthia Tran
3. Ananya Seelam
4. Isaac Smith
5. Dawn Royster
6. Rohan Tapiawala
7. Asher Wexler
8. Karina Samuel
9. Simone Liang
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