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Snapchat has helped over 1 million folks register to vote in its app this 12 months, stated a Snap spokesperson on Thursday. The favored app, recognized for is disappearing messages and face filters, estimates 56% of the folks it helped register this 12 months are first-time voters and almost 65% are between the ages of 18-24.
For the 2020 election, Snap says it is created instruments to assist folks register to vote, find out about voting choices and make a plan to solid their poll.
“Traditionally, most voters registered by Snapchat truly vote,” stated a Snap spokesperson, including that 57% of the greater than 450,000 folks Snap helped register for the 2018 midterms truly solid a poll.
The voter registration milestone was earlier reported by Axios.
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