As Told By a Gen Z: 2020 General Election Voter Guides

October 31, 2020

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On November 3rd, Election Day will finally be upon us. The nation will be faced with the decision to vote for the next president, either between President Donald J. Trump (r.) or Former Vice President Joe Bien (d.), and for politicians in our local districts and state government.

For thee 2020 election, Generation Z (between the ages of 18-23), one of the most politically conscious and racially diverse generation, are now eligible to vote! With the help of social media apps, like Tik Tok, Gen Zers have spread awareness about the importance of voting and breaking down political issues that matter to them. They have also encouraged their followers, friends, and families to look up their state’s voter guides to get more information regarding the voting process.

Yet, from the east coast to the west, voter guides differ from state to state. Some of our Monitor Staff and MMC students created election guides based on the state their living in. Click the links below to see their election voter guides:

California

Averee Nelson’s Election Guide

Rayiah Ross‘s Election Guide

Massachusetts

Adam Pedro‘s Election Guide

New York

Amanda Cuadrado‘s Election Guide

Grace Houston‘s Election Guide

Shelby Hall‘s Election Guide

Viviana Metzgar‘s Election Guide

Virginia

Benjamin Lewis‘s Election Guide

Need more information about your own state’s voter guide? Check out Vote 411, where you can receive personalized voting information.

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