I read the article by Jane Eisner, and I agree with some things she says...I really liked how she mentioned the fact that the election candidates don't really pay attention to young people's needs. I'm not saying that they should totally target young adults in their campaigns, what I'm saying is that they should at least address some of our concerns. In my opinion, a candidate who talks about increasing university and college scholarships for young people for example would definately appeal to me more than a candidate who ignores young adult's issues.
One thing I didnt agree with is her saying that people should knock on our doors and talk to us personally about voting. I hate having people kncoking on the door, it's pretty annoying and I don't think a lot of people would appreciate constantly having to open the door and stand there listening to someone talk about voting.
The article was pretty good though and it's nice to know that some people actually care about what us young adults think. It's interesting to see that our votes really do make a difference.