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#CTL6: Convince Tyler to vote!

"I don't vote because I don't believe what the politicians are saying," said Tyler Tawara, an 18-year-old University of Hawaii student. "I'm indifferent. They're just lying." Help convince him that voting matters. Tag your tweet or video #CTL6 and it may end up here. Let's boost turnout in Hawaii.


  1. Tony KilburnTyler, this process is important. Not because your voice doesn't matter, but because it does matter. When you vote, you share your voice, express your concerns, and inspire others to follow. Don't let the political cycle keep you silenced. Voting is your super-secret superpower. Do it. Be the wrench or be the spokes.
  2. Tyler - you're a college student - inform yourself - do your own research.  YOUR future depends on that!  You don't have to believe in what they are SAYING...but when they do/don't support making available Pell grants or loans to help you in college, making health care available after you get out from under your parents plans, or support laws to continue to enforce the Clean Air Act that make the air you breath clean it will be more than words affecting your life.  You also  might want to check out Samuel Jackson's video's Wake the @#$% up for some more inspiration! By the way I love Hawaii!
  3. "All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing." - Edmund Burke
  4. Shelley RosenObama is the man good for everyone young do not need vochers college and future vote Obama for that and more he is honest & keeps his word;;11 hours ago
  5. #CTL6: Hey guys, so I know the election may not matter to you at this point since you guys are still young. But, put it this way, one day you will understand how your vote can help change the world. Everyones thoughts and ideas go a long way. Your future will be based on how we elect our Presidents now and unfortunately if we are close minded, then were never going to make a change for our world. So, please go out and vote and please try and help out our society, by taking the time to vote. CHOOSE THE MAN WHO HAS THE BEST PLAN!
  6. I have only one thing to say to anyone who doesn't vote-in Hawaii or anywhere-If you don't vote, you can't complain. That means about taxes, wars, housing, healthcare, education, whatever the issue is, you can't complain.
  7. To the guys who think your vote doesn't matter or all politicians are lying, you are mistaken.  Of course your vote matters.  If you do not bother to vote, the people running for office can ignore you with impunity. If you actually take the time to vote, you will probably discover that there are no perfect candidates.  Politics, like life, is messy business.  But if you are a voter, you are someone politicians have to pay attention to.  And they do.   If they don't, they don't get elected.