Ballots Over Memes: ​Millennials Reveal The One Reason Nothing Will Keep Them From The Ballot Boxes Come Election Day

Making their voices heard.

For the first time ever, as many millennials will be eligible to cast their ballots on Election Day as baby boomers will be, a passing of the torch between the two largest of-age generations. But while it's great that millennials will have an opportunity to express their voices, they first have to show up at the polls.

Data collected by the United States Census Bureau shows that millennials have the lowest generational voter turnout in recent years, which is why some people accuse millennials of being disinterested in politics.

But according to research published by The Washington Post, millennials are just as interested in politics as previous generations were when they were younger — they just need candidates who actually address their issues and concerns.

That's why A Plus asked young people what issues most make them want to earn that prized "I Voted" sticker come November.  The results are fascinating.

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Ballots Over Memes is a new A Plus original series profiling millennials and their drive to be involved in the 2016 election.