Twitter launches new features for US citizens to register to vote easily

Twitter has just launched a new feature bascially for US citizens to be able to register and vote easily. This feature will go a long way to help reduce disinterestedness in voting, inorder to get the right candidate to rule the country, in the upcoming presidenitial election.

Voting can be very stressful, but I doubt it this time, using Twitter’s own feature.

These feature was launched to celebrate National Voter Registration Day. Aimed at making voting processes alot easier and as well getting more US citizens to vote.

With this feature, users are now able to send a Direct message to the official @Gov account on Twitter, with their five-digit-zip code to recieve automated response that includes their a personalized link to register to vote, and as well a notice that will serve as a reminder on their state’s voter registeration deadline.

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As it gets closer to the election day, Twitter will enable US citizens to be able to send and ask more questions relating to voting.

Earlier today, @Gov tweeted saying;

Through a Direct Message with @Gov, Twitter can help you find your state’s voter registration deadline and register to vote.
— Twitter Government (@gov) September 27, 2016

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Updated: September 28, 2016 — 3:45 am

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