[CR] On Change.org’s Ideas for Change: Vote Today!

Change.org has launched its next Ideas for Change in America competition, and we need your help! This crowd-sourced contest allows online activists to show their support for innovative ideas for change. Our idea, “21 Doesn’t Work. Change the Drinking Age” calls on lawmakers to take up the drinking age debate.

The polls are open, and voting will continue until March 12, when the Top 10 Ideas for Change in America will be announced to a group of media representatives, non-profit leaders, and officials in the Obama administration.

First-round voting ends at 5 PM EST on February 18th. Help us collect enough votes to advance to the next round by voting today!

Update: We’ve qualified for the final round! The vote totals were reset to zero on March 1 to level the playing field for the final round participants. Make sure to cast your vote again so that we can crack the Top 10.

3 Responses to “[CR] On Change.org’s Ideas for Change: Vote Today!”

  1. Edwin Says:

    The drinking age must be lowered to 18 along with education and licensing. I am a proud member of change.org for the advocacy which is encouraged by that website. The ageist drinking of 21 must be repealed for a much better solution which is why “21 Doesn’t Work. Change the Drinking Age” is a great title for that idea. Hopefully, the Obama administration will place the priority of lowering the drinking age to 18 along with education and licensing higher on their priority list.

  2. Anthony Rhodes Says:

    I’m trying to get in touch with CR volunteers in the St. Louis Area. I am trying to form some kind of beachhead in Missouri. Can anyone help me out?

  3. JR Trueblood Says:

    Are there protests any time soon? Thats what we need to make a statment tell the old officals whats up and we deserve our rights that most of them had when they were our age!