Sunday 26 September 2021

“Ojo al Voto”, A Platform For Young Costa Rican Voters

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ojovotoThe “Ojo al voto” (eye on the vote) is an interactive platform for voters between 18 and 35 years of age, a group of voters in Costa Rica that could decide the outcome of the 2014 elections, that includes the next president of Costa Rica.

The Ojo al Voto is a citizen’s initiative create with the support of the Paquidermo online magazine, online media at the Universidad de Costa Rica (Semanario Universidad, Radios UCR, CanalUCR) el Centro de Investigación y Estudios Políticos, CIEP, and the Programa de Libertad de Expresión, Proledi.

The idea is that young voters and the professional media and citizens can find interesting information and serve a a window to the political atmosphere of the election.

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In conjunction with the Tribunal Supremo de Elecciones (TSE), Ojo al Voto creates a place offering young Costa Ricans useful and entertaining information about politics, in “their language, code and tone”.

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