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The platform “All registered” helps young people to register on electoral lists

“15min, simple, effective and free. » Here is the promise of “All Registered”, the platform launched by the association All Elected on Tuesday 1 February to help young people register on the electoral lists. Objective for the association: “enroll as many young people as possible on the electoral lists”Ninon Lagarde, director of the campaign, summarizes during a press conference. But be aware, this exceptional offer has an expiration date: from March 2nd Online registration on the electoral lists is no longer possible.

The administrative procedures are not always easy to vote. So much so that according to a survey by Insee, conducted in 2017, half of the young people between the ages of 25 and 29 were incorrectly included on the electoral lists. That is, their polling station did not match their place of residence. Difficult for this young public, sometimes precarious, to organize for the two rounds of the presidential elections. Very often some people have to resign, at the expense of democracy. In France, seven million people are said to be affected, including these young people, but also, for example, ‘regular movers and movers’ from working-class neighbourhoods.

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Change the system

To combat this involuntary abstention, the Tous Élus association is launching a campaign on Tuesday, February 1, entitled “All registered”. Objective: To provide personalized support to those who feel overwhelmed by the administrative procedures, with a view to registering on the electoral rolls or changing polling stations. “We do the administration and you like that”we promise on the site dedicated to the campaign.

To be guided by a volunteer, simply make an appointment (Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.) or find direct online tips for finding
proof of address, or deciphering the government platform, considered “not very accessible” by the association.

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With this campaign, Tous Élus wants to help thousands of young people, but also to draw attention to the theme of involuntary abstinence. “to change the system”explains Ninon Delagarde. “It is not normal that we continue to blame young people if nothing is done to facilitate registration. » In its press release, the association adds:

By proving that abstinence is not systematically militant or out of disinterest, we want to convince people of the need for a reform of voting access.

All chosen

With his initiative, Tous Élus reminds us that access to vote is a strong democratic issue, especially among young people.

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