VotePlus10 Ambassador Jason Schwartz

VotePlus10 Launches at Syracuse University

VotePlus10 Ambassador Jason Schwartz
Jason Schwartz, VotePlus10 Campus Ambassador at Syracuse University

As part of our Get Out the Vote initiative on college campuses, we’re excited to announce the launch of our VotePlus10 campus group at Syracuse University. Handling the task of recruitment is Campus Ambassador Jason Schwartz. We asked Jason about his new position, and he shared his views on the importance of getting out the vote. He also emphasized the potential to organize and get involved through VotePlus10:

“I have always had an interest in US politics, but I’ve never found an organization that can help me in pursuing my passion, until now. I plan to put a great deal of effort into helping spread the positivity of voting in the next election through VotePlus10, and hope to open my peers’ eyes to the benefits it has. As President of my high school, I gained an incredible set of skills. I used them to relay information to my entire class, and worked to make school the best environment it could be. I plan to continue that same drive as a VotePlus10 Campus Ambassador.”

Jason Schwartz
Incoming Freshman
Syracuse University
Newhouse School of Public Communications

The VotePlus10 team continues to work toward the goals outlined in our Get Out the Vote Initiative. By the 2020 General Election, we aim to turn at least 250,000 students into registered, committed voters. This is no easy task, and we need your help to do it. 

If you’re a Syracuse student, join Syracuse’s VotePlus10 group now to help your campus and Jason reach the goal of 500 committed voters in the group!

Do you attend a different campus? Maybe there is already an ambassador at your school. Reach out to them and ask what you can do to help recruit your peers and make voting a staple of the college experience!

If you’re a student interested in becoming an ambassador at your campus, submit an Ambassador Application. We offer a competitive base pay, bonuses, and opportunities for advancement. 

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