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Our Voices Matter: Are You Registered to Vote?


Our Voices Matter: Are You Registered to Vote?

Hey Epic Reader, we want YOU to vote! Because voting matters.
We know our community is made up of passionate readers that care about the issues they see in books—and beyond. And we want to empower you to get registered, to get informed, and to raise your voice. We truly believe that your voice is important and that you have the ability to be part of a movement that can create change in the world.

For those of you who are not yet registered to vote, we know it can be daunting. Maybe you don’t know a lot about politics (you can learn), maybe you’ve been told that no one cares what you think (we care), maybe you think that your vote doesn’t matter (it does). Maybe you don’t know how—and that’s why we teamed up with DoSomething.org, a non-profit organization with the goal of motivated young people to make positive change. It will only take two minutes (maybe even less!) so we encourage you to take the first step today:




“You’re able to use your voice to make your choices
and hopefully make the future better for all of us.”

– Victoria Aveyard, author of the Red Queen series

“This is a way to make sure your voice is
influential In the next steps of our country”

– Adam Silvera, author of They Both Die at the End
and coauthor of What If It’s Us

“Fight for the good things
you want to see in the world.”

– Veronica Roth, author of the Divergent series
and Carve the Mark duology

“It’s important to make your voice heard.
That’s the only way they will actually hear us.”

– Angie Thomas, author of The Hate U Give

“We need new voices and different voices
deciding things in this country.”

– Justina Ireland, author of Dread Nation

“I know it may seem that your single voice
may not do much good but many voices raised
in the name of what’s right is a symphony.”

– Claire Legrand, author of Furyborn and Sawkill Girls

“Educate yourself about what some of
the issues at stake are and go ahead and
begin the process of registering to vote.” 

– Becky Albertalli, author of Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda
and coauthor of What If It’s Us

“If you want to see the changes made that
you want to see, you have got to let people know.”

– Kendare Blake , author of the Three Dark Crowns series

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