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Im voting because I think that everyones vote matters. One extra vote might have the power to make a difference.

Ben Vanrooyan

Jasmine Hermosillo-Padilla, Editor-in-Chief Catalyst Online
February 22, 2021
Im voting because I dont think the current government is doing a good job. I care strongly about climate change.

Tanner Klahn

Jasmine Hermosillo-Padilla, Editor-in-Chief Catalyst Online
February 22, 2021
Because Im 18, I can now do something to have my voice heard. Thats why I want to take the action to vote.

Grace Schiemann

Jasmine Hermosillo-Padilla, Editor-in-Chief Catalyst Online
February 22, 2021
Im thankful to be able to vote in this election specifically because I neither agree or respect our government situation. We need something new and neither are perfect choices, but there is a lesser of two evils in this election.

Mae Killeen

Jasmine Hermosillo-Padilla, Editor-in-Chief Catalyst Online
February 22, 2021

Why do you vote?

Jasmine Hermosillo-Padilla, Editor-in-Chief Catalyst Online
October 30, 2020
Over 40 million people have voted by mail this year already, according to data from the US Elections Project. That includes almost 400,000 mail-in ballots returned in Nebraska. The 2020 election has brought unique challenges for voters, and unique opportunities for politicians looking to suppress voting.

Voting is a right, not a privilege

Morgan Weir, Opinions Editor
October 29, 2020
For non-eligible voters, finding ways to stay informed on voting can be hard, especially for those who aren’t getting a solid education on politics, government and civics. Theres multiple ways for students to keep up with the elections, campaigns and candidates in order to be prepared for when they can step up to the plate and vote.

Staying Educated on Voting

Tenley Wright, Chief Photographer
October 13, 2020
The state website is the easiest way to register to vote in Nebraska. It can be found by searching “Official Nebraska Government Website.” There are guidelines in order to register to vote prior to turning 18 years old. However, teens who are already 18 can register right away with only a few clicks.

Registering to Vote: A Necessary Action

Elizabeth Hahn, Entertainment Editor
October 3, 2019
Photo courtesy of Wikipedia

Should The Voting Age Be Lower?

Elizabeth Hahn, Staff Writer
November 5, 2018
Sutfin talking to potential voters after the rally

MPS Budget Rally

Craig Sullivan, Co-Editor-in-Chief
October 19, 2017
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