Compare Decide Vote

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Compare Decide Vote was a 527 organization that sought to educate young voters about the differences between the two major candidates in the 2004 Presidential election.

Compare Decide Vote used an interactive website to compare the records and plans of John Kerry and George W. Bush on twenty issues important to 18 to 30-year-olds.

Compare Decide Vote also provided information about voting to make the process simple for the first-time voter. By providing factual information and by demystifying voting, Compare Decide Vote ultimately strived to increase voter participation among the youngest generation of eligible voters.

Website: (defunct in June, 2006)

Compare Decide Vote created television ads opening a dialogue with young voters and the issues they care about. These ads were banned by Viacom.

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