1. Los Angeles Charter Amendments 1 & 2

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    Currently the City of Los Angeles holds elections for city offices (mayor, controller, city attorney) and members of the Board of Education of LAUSD in the spring of odd-numbered years (2015, 2017). Charter Amendments 1 and 2 would change the election dates to June and November of even-numbered years (2020, 2022), so that local elections would take place on the same day as state and federal elections (governor, president, members of the state legislature and congress). Charter Amendment 1 applies to city elections and Charter Amendment 2 applies elections for the Board of Education. Both amendments would have to pass for these changes to be made.

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    • IU student voices concerns about Indiana election legislation

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      A state senator has agreed to rethink legislation that critics say could make it harder for college students to vote in the communities in which they attend school. Students from Indiana, Southern Indiana and Ball State universities came to the Statehouse on Monday to object to Senate Bill 466, a bill backed by the secretary of state’s office that makes changes across election law. Indiana University sophomore Morgan Mohr, who is majoring in political science and history, said the bill could “disenfranchise students from the communities in which they identify.” See the full story at http://thestatehousefile.com/students-worry-bill-impact-voting-college-towns/19977/.

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      • Who Cares about the General Election?

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        Bolton at Home will be hosting a filmed live debate around the up and coming election. Recorded by Bolton FM and Johnson Fold Radio, this debate is not about party politics, but a look at the political system in the UK and what people think about it. Please register here if you would like to come https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/who-cares-about-the-general-election-tickets-15631970645 Who Cares about your community? Who Cares about the Issues that matter to you? Who Cares about voting? Why did 33.2% of people in Bolton not vote in the last General Election in 2010? Disenchantment: People think the political system does not work? Indifference: People do not care about it? Contentment: People are angry about politics and politicians? Confusion: People do not understand or Trust politics? #whocares

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        • Election 2015: Will you show up?

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          Church leaders from a wide range of denominations are joining together to call on UK Christians to show up and vote in the upcoming general election, and wider than that, to engage in politics.

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          • Utility Box Art Contest VOTING!

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            Utility Box Art Contest Public Voting Opportunity! 69 Entries have been submitted. See them on the STNC website or at the voting locations this Saturday. Be sure to come out and vote! Saturday, January 24 YMCA 9 a.m. - 12 noon 6840 Foothill Blvd. OR North Valley City Hall 1 - 4 p.m. 7747 Foothill Blvd. See all of the Art Submissions here: http://stnc.org/photos.php?match_any=&start=0&dbgallery_categories_id=14 Shot by the STNC Media Team. Join the Sunland-Tujunga Neighborhood Council for public meetings every 2nd Wednesday of the month. North Valley Neighborhood City Hall 7747 Foothill Blvd, Tujunga, CA. Phone: 818-951-7411 Get Involved and Share your voice! stnc.org STNC Info at Empower LA! empowerla.org/stnc Join us on Facebook! facebook.com/SunlandTujungaNC

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            • Follow My Vote - Voter Turnout

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              Sign Our Petition! https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/allow-implementation-provably-honest-voting-systems-us-provide-transparency-ensure-integrity/s6fdKnST

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              • Justin Hodge for Ingham County: Thanks

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                In the final video of the Justin Hodge for Ingham County series, Justin sits down and thanks the public for all of their continued support, regardless of the outcome. This is some of the best lighting I've ever done and I hope to continue this level of quality. My Credits: Director/Producer Editor Camera Equipment: Panasonic AG-HMC40 AVCCAM HD Camcorder Audio-Technica Pro 88 Wireless Microphone and Receiver Adobe Premiere Pro CC

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                • ATV Morning Show - Political Parties Manifestos

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                  • A Broader View: Politics - Episode 2

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                    This episode of A Broader View covers topics surrounding the larger issue of voting, including voter ID laws, politicians who lose elections, voting in city elections, and young voters. First, we take a look at a side of politics that isn't often talked about: the losing side. Nicole Plaksen explores this topic with two different levels of politics, student government and city council. Ifeoma Ezeugwu ran for Temple Student government and lost; Andrew Toy was defeated running for a seat in city council. Together they explore the complex process of garnering votes and holding an audience, along with personal doubts, and how money is undoubtedly a big factor. Kirsten Lewis hosts a segment with Temple students' input on whether carrying ID is necessary and if it should be required at the voting poll. Lewis invites political science professor, Conrad Weiler, to discuss the controversial topic of voter ID laws. Deneia Washington continues in the same vein as Lewis by addressing voting, specifically within Philadelphia. Washington welcomes Jim Saksa to the program, a treasurer for Young Involve Philadelphia, an organization that seeks out young voters across the city to inform them of the political climate and encouraging them to cast their ballot. Saksa talks about the ways in which he tries to engage young adults and the current flaws within the marketing of politics that discourages voters. Andrew McDevitt invites Kevin Glasson from the Temple Student Government to investigate how, and what, young politically involved voters are speaking about. The two address how political image and campaigns have allowed young voter turnout to increase, citing the past two Obama campaigns. Wrapping up the program, the hosts convene to have a thorough discussion of what they took away from their respective interviews and voice their opinions about topics discussed from one another's segments.

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                    • Follow My Vote Election Day 2014

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                      Voting in Blacksburg Virginia! This video summarizes our thoughts and perception of the polling place we voted at.

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