Yesterday, the U.S. experienced one of the biggest midterm elections in decades. Voter turnout soared from a little under 37 percent in the 2014 elections to somewhere north of 49 percent. Young voter turnout increased by a whopping 188 percent.
But now, the elections are over, and some of us may be feeling a sense of letdown. Leading up to the elections, we knew what our duty was: get out and vote. But now that the ballots are in, you may not be as sure how to create change in your community.
Changemaking doesn’t only happen on election days; rather, it’s a day to day push. Below are a few ideas about how you can take daily political action and keep the wave going.