Vote Essay Topics

Young People and the Vote

Since the end of the Watergate Era in the mid-1970s, voter participation among those ages 18-30 had been on the decline. (To Be Young and Voting, 2008) However, in the past fifteen years, a reversal of that trend appears to be occurring. Beginning in the Clinton Era, youth participation in the political process has been… View Article

Vice Captain Speech

I’m here today because I’m obviously running for school captain. I’m up here today because my job is to try and persuade you to vote for me. Now let’s get started. For all those people here today that don’t know me my name is Eliza Dugan. And to all those people that do know me… View Article

Should Felons be Allowed to Vote?

There has been a recent spate of major works on the entire question of “felony disenfranchisement.” This means that for those who have been convicted for a major crime, they may not vote in federal elections for the remainder of their lives. While these laws are actually state laws, 48 American states disenfranchise voters (Fellner,… View Article