Bite the Ballot

A session at Election Special - how non-profits can influence political debate online

Jazza John, Digital Manager, Bite the Ballot

Jazza is the man behind the YouTube channel, rhymingwithoranges, which has amassed over a million views and nearly 20 thousand subscribers since it was created in 2007. He now works for Bite The Ballot ensuring the message of registering to vote and engaging with the political process is brought to as many people as possible. His education and engagement efforts have helped register nearly 500, 000 people during National Voter Registration Day (#NVRD) in February 2015. @JazzaJohn

Bite The Ballot is a not-for-profit movement that empowers young people to speak up, act, and make their votes and opinions count. They have recently launched the voter advice tool, verto.vote, which has helped thousands to find out where their opinions aline with those of the political parties in the run up to May's general election. @BiteTheBallot

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Date Wed 29th April 2015

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