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Students' answer to politics

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14:30 PM | 12 July 2017
by Valerie Tan
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Students at the School of Visual Arts created Ask The Candidates so voters can learn more about the candidates in their election.

With regard to all voting and presidential election matters, most of us are not familiar with each candidate’s political policies and stances. That’s where Ask The Candidate comes in, an interactive election hub for CNN. As recipients of the Future Lions 2017 award, this exceptional student work showcased innovation and the desire for a brand to make a meaningful impact in society.

Ask The Candidates allows voters to learn more about political candidates for any election around the world. Have a private, face-to-face Q&A session over video chat with any candidate of your choice to better educate yourself.

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