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THE “YOUR VOICE & VOTE” CAMPAIGN KICK OFF A
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REGISTER BY 10.12.18
To WIN Email A Photo of Your Completed Form to INFO@HHSYC.org
New York, NY, October 8, 2018 – As we approach a very important election season, not just in NYS, but nationwide, it is important for you to register to vote by the October 12, 2018 deadline so you can vote in the general election on November 6, 2018. If you want to make changes in your community you have to go to the polls and VOTE. If you did not participate in the process in 2016, don’t make the same mistake again because “YOUR VOICE & VOTE” Can Make A Difference.
“As a Millennial and Spokesman for the campaign I urge all of my peers, who represent a very powerful generation, to step up to the plate and get in the game because things are not looking to bright for us. According to recent reports our life expectancy will be shorter and for the first time in history we will earn less than our parents. If earning less and dying sooner is not a wake up call I don’t know what is,” ended the “Fitness Sheriff”, Spokesman for the “Your Voice & Vote” Campaign.
Who is the most sought after age group in America? According to the US Census Bureau there are an estimated 73 million young adults 18 to 34 years old who are called Millennials and represent $200 billion in annual buying power. They comprise of the largest population group in the last three decades. Millennials are the children of the baby boomers and the successors of generation X. Millennials face a shorter life expectancy due to obesity, the opioid crisis, and gun violence.
Chicago Physician Jessica Bartfield says “For the first time in history, the next generation will not live longer, or even as long, as their parents.”
A report released by the comptroller’s office in New York City, paints a bleak picture for working Millennials, showing that Generation Y earns about 20 percent less than the previous generation at the same point in their lives—and this sluggish salary start could stunt their lifetime earning power, which means millennials may never reach the same standard of living as their parents.
Said Carol Maraj, President of the Carol Maraj Foundation, “I think Millennials need to think more about the power of their vote because we need them to help change laws that may have a negative impact on their life. A good example is the new Bill the Governor just signed, the NYS Commission for Prosecutorial Conduct. If the DA’s try to overturn the Bill we will need the Millennials to stand tall and fight for Criminal Justice Reform”.
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