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Students are one of the most sought-after demographics, Irish said
“I urge all students to register to have an effective government for and by the people, and to have a voice in a functioning democracy,” he said.
Voter registration among Boston residents has had abysmally low turnouts in previous elections.
In the Sept. 8 state primaries, 9 percent of registered voters cast ballots in elections that unusually took place on a Thursday and contained no statewide races, according to the city’s records.
For reference, the presidential primary elections last March received ballots from 39 percent of registered voters, despite the fact that 79 percent of Boston residents were registered to vote.
“Voting is a key part of participating in democracy, which is important because decisions that are made by people in government have an effect on all of us,” said Alice Young, a senior computer science and interactive media major. “Legislation has the power to make these issues drastically better or worse, so it’s important to advocate for your position through voting.”
Northeastern Votes continues to stress the importance of student participation in the upcoming general election and has coordinated its efforts to reach more students.
“We want to make voting and registering to vote impossible to ignore,” said Horen. “We’re going to be doing more posters and more posting to make sure that it reaches everyone.”
Photo courtesy of Northeastern SGA