About The GoVote Project
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GoVoteProject.Net is a non-partisan social media campaign designed to inspire voting.
We launched in 2018 to announce the pre-production of the feature documentary, “Vote HERE: A film for the people by the people.” This documentary follows the turbulent ways voting rights have wavered from the inception of the U.S. all the way to present day — including the current youth movement. We say “current” because as you will find in the “Vote HERE” documentary it wasn’t always the case that young voters had a low turnout.
In fact, during parts of the 1800s youth turnout was so high that it sometimes pushed voter turnout to 80-90%.
So what happened?
Watch the film to find out, and also learn what people went through (and continue to go through) for the right to vote.
Be part of the movement and engage with the
“GoVote Project” on any of our
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“Why vote??? – Because so many have suffered, fought, and died for that right!”
~ GoVote Project
“The ballot is stronger than the bullet.”
~ Abraham Lincoln
“Our lives begin to end the day we become SILENT about the things that matter.”
~ Martin Luther King Jr.
“Always vote for principle, though you may vote alone, and you may cherish the sweetest reflection that your vote is never lost.”
~ John Quincy Adams
“Vote HERE“ is a powerful documentary that features the turbulent ways voting rights have wavered from the inception of the U.S. all the way to present day – including the current youth movement.
- The stories behind why states control the voting process
- The founding of the notorious electoral college
- African American & Women’s Suffrage
- How the demeaning and volatile legacy of disenfranchisement also led to felons losing their right to vote
- The controversial role the courts have played in shaping modern day voting rights
- The heartfelt and explosive story about the inception of the Voting Rights Act, featuring U.S. Representative John Lewis, who shares his own personal journey that led him across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma that fateful ‘Bloody Sunday’ in 1965
Renowned historians, journalists, scholars & legal experts bring our history to life with intimate details and little known stories that are pivotal regarding present day voting rights and about those disenfranchised along the way. “Vote HERE” showcases how countless patriots have fought and even died for our right to vote.
Complementing the film’s historical revelations are the profiles of current day hard-working activists, nonpartisan & non-profit organizations, and spontaneous interviews with the voters themselves. They all play an important role sharing their insight, inspiration and hope!
“Vote HERE” pays tribute to those who have and are forging the way for what lays at the heart of our democracy: Easy and Equal Access to one of our most cherished and hard fought for rights – the right to VOTE!