Hi everyone! This is the second of a 3 part mini-series with Know Your Vote, Who The F*** Are The Candidates. Know Your Vote is a platform that aggregates publicly available candidate data. Our goal is to give you simple, non partisan facts about the top candidates left in the race, so you don’t have to sift through the news and data yourselves. In this series, we aim to highlight the policies and positions of the “top candidates” left in the presidential primary.
Let's face it, health care is boring and complicated. But it's also essential and I wish I didn't wait until I turned 27 and got kicked off my parents plan to figure that out. But seriously, how tf am I supposed to know which candidate's policy to support if I don't even know wtf a deductible is?!
Joe Biden has made a primary comeback that is nothing short of extraordinary. With his chances of becoming the Democratic nominee stronger than ever I wanted to know more about the former Vice President. So, I partnered up with KnowYourVote to help put together this mini tip sheet.
Election season can be really confusing. I wanted to learn who some of the top candidates are so we can all be better informed when placing our votes. So, I partnered up with Know Your Vote for an extra special episode of my IGTV Series, "Who The F*** Are The Candidates". Know Your Vote is a platform that aggregates publicly available candidate data, so you don't have to go looking for it. They helped me put together this tip sheet of --simple, non partisan facts about some of the top candidates and some of their top policies. I compiled their notes into this easy to read tip sheet , but I recommend you go check out their website for more information and to see where each candidate stands on the issues that are most important to you.
The United Nations is an organization that we’ve all heard of, and one which people seem to have very strong opinions about. But what’s less known is how the Institution actually operates and functions.
Blaming millennials for the world's problems is trendy these days. Apparently we killed cereal, department stores, and even patriotism! But if our disgruntled elders would take a pause from scolding us to remove their nostalgia-colored glasses, they might see we didn’t actually kill their beloved pastimes, we just made them better.