Skip the Twitter polls, head to the real ones


Between Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and countless other sites, young people spend much of their lives scrolling through social media.

It comes as no surprise, then, that many politicians are looking to social media to get their message out in the hopes of gaining the coveted millennial vote. Unfortunately, this election season has been filled with more passive aggressive tweets than it has been substance and policy.

If you’re able to vote this fall, I encourage you to try your best to ignore the mudslinging and late night Twitter battles

Focus on the issues that matter to you and where the candidates stand on those issues

Social media is a gift, but I think we can all agree that we don’t want the election to be decided by the amount of retweets a candidate gets, or who has the most followers.

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graphic by briannawessling

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