The next generation of Massachusetts voters is feeling the pressure of the upcoming election, especially with the issues they are facing with the registration process. Massachusetts, like many of the other states, is struggling to get voters to register and cast their vote. According to data from the state, in the March 1 presidential primary 4,271,835 people were registered to vote. But out of that number, not all voted.
This fall, young voters may be more concerned with their classes than the upcoming presidential election. The Campus Vote Project (CVP) is attempting to change that.
Matt Carroll, a research scientist at the MIT Media Lab, has an opinion on how tech advances will impact journalism.