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Young People Are The Future
Young People
Are The Future
About MOVE

MOVE Texas is a nonpartisan, nonprofit, grassroots organization working to build power in underrepresented youth communities through civic engagement, leadership development, and issue advocacy.

In 2013, MOVE was founded by a small group of dedicated students at The University of Texas at San Antonio to increase participation in local elections and since then has gone statewide to become one of the most effective voter registration and engagement groups in the state.

Young people are the future – we’re making sure they vote like it.

 

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About
MOVE

MOVE Texas is a nonpartisan, nonprofit, grassroots organization working to build power in underrepresented youth communities through civic engagement, leadership development, and issue advocacy.

In 2013, MOVE was founded by a small group of dedicated students at The University of Texas at San Antonio to increase participation in local elections and since then has gone statewide to become one of the most effective voter registration and engagement groups in the state.

Young people are the future – we’re making sure they vote like it.

 

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How Democrats Can Win the Youth Vote in November

July 9, 2020

How Democrats Can Win the Youth Vote in November Youth voter turnout in Texas tripled between 2014 and 2018, and Move Texas registered 30,000 new voters under 30 in 2018. “But the question is, will campaigns make the investment to turn those young people out?” asked Charlie Bonner, 24, the communications director for Move Texas. According to a February…
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Mayes: Protect democracy with Voting Rights Act, mail ballots

July 9, 2020

Mayes: Protect democracy with Voting Rights Act, mail ballots The United States will face a political crisis without significant changes to the election administration process. Even if the presidential election is not particularly close, outcomes in close local races will cast a long shadow on political life in the United States. The makeup of the…
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How the Coronavirus Handed the GOP New Ways to Squash the Vote

July 9, 2020

How the Coronavirus Handed the GOP New Ways to Squash the Vote H. Drew Galloway, executive director of MOVE Texas, spends his life trying to register young voters. Typi­cally, in the spring of an election year, Galloway would be overseeing a staff of about four dozen who, before classes end for the summer, register newly eligi­ble…
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