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We're All the Government

When you hear the word "government" you probably think of the elected officials who represent us, make the laws, and enforce those laws. But here's the thing: we are all a part of the government. If you vote, you are doing your own part in government participation. It's a more important role than you might think! If you want to do an even better job in your role as a voter, then you should spend time learning a bit more about government and politics. There are so many resources that can help with this, and our blog is just one of them.

What Your Doctor Wants You To Know About Health Care In Your 20s

Many people who are in their 20s make the mistake of not realizing the importance of visiting a medical clinic and receiving regular health care. Even if you have not visited a health care center recently, it is crucial that you get necessary care early in life to avoid problems later. Whether you visit a medical clinic regularly or you need to schedule an appointment, these are the things your doctor wants you to know about health when you are still in your 20s. Read More 

How Civilians Can Get Involved In Campaign Finance Reform

One of the more important topics in politics is campaign finance reform. It calls for a change in the way campaigns are financed by parties. If you want to get involved in this movement as a civilian, here are some tactics you can try. Support Political Leaders That Are in Favor of This Reform You may not think you have a lot of reach in terms of getting things to change with the way political campaigns are run today, but that's not true. Read More 

How To Support Reproductive Rights If You’re Short On Time

When you think about supporting reproductive rights, you may think of volunteering at a women's clinic, marching in a protest parade, or knocking on doors for politicians. But what if you simply don't have time to do those things? Luckily, there are other ways you can support the push for reproductive rights.  1. Donate money. If you can afford it, consider writing a check. You can donate to local or national organizations like New Voices for Reproductive Justice that support reproductive rights or pro-choice politicians, or you can look for groups or funds that accept donations and then dispatch the money to political causes as needed. Read More 

Effective Ways Voters Can Asses Republican Candidates Running For House District

If you're about to vote Republican for the house district in your area, it's important to look over the candidates with diligence. Then you'll be better capable of making a selection that you're happy with now and well after the election concludes. Here are some strategies that can help you assess all of the Republican candidates effectively. Review Each Candidate's Website An important part of getting support and building voter interest for Republican candidates trying to get nominated to a house district is using official websites. Read More