Jackson’s words ring true for all
Your vote and your participation in the political process is directly tied to the survival of GSU.”
Jackson’s message was clear: everyone who has reached their 18th birthday has the right — and duty — to cast their vote.
It doesn’t matter whether the election is for a small-town official or president of the United States, what’s important is that everyone who is eligible to vote, exercises that right.
It would be easy to point our fingers at the large numbers of college students in Lincoln Parish and lay the lack of political participation on their young shoulders.