In this episode of Political MOJO, Meredith O'Malley Johnson compares Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump! In this snappy little video, she goes over their backgrounds, experience, and stances on the top four issues that concern millennials, after the jump!
Starring Meredith O’Malley Johnson
A TVJax Production
Writer/Producer: Meredith O’Malley Johnson
Director: Stephen Dare
Editor: Marlon Smith
Production Assistant: Megan Byron
Opening Sequence Photography by Toni Smailagic
Logo Designer: Sam Farmer
If you want more details, here's a link to the article Meredith mentioned:
Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton on the issues.
Donald Trump's website has his positions here, and Hillary Clinton's issues page is here.
Don't forget, the deadline to vote in the primaries is August 1, and for the general election is October 11th. If you're not registered to vote, check out DuvalElections.com, or watch Meredith's video How Voting Works in Florida.
Have you decided who gets your vote? Share your thoughts in the comments below!
About Meredith O’Malley Johnson
Meredith is a passionate community advocate, with most of her work focusing on engaging young people in the political process, supporting urban core revitalization and promoting small business and startups development. An original team member for the One Spark festival, she served as the Community & Public Relations Director during the organization’s rapid growth in its first three years to one of the top 20 festivals in the country by attendance and earning the organization over $3 million in earned media.
Meredith is the founder of the nonpartisan Jax Young Voters Coalition, a 501(c)4 organization educating and promoting civic participation to millennials, and serves as chair of the board of directors for that organization. She also serves on the board of directors for the Civic Round Table of Jacksonville, the Jacksonville Public Library Foundation and Party, Benefit & Jam. She is a veteran of 14 local and state political campaigns, working in various positions including communications, field and finance. Meredith also spent a year serving the City of Jacksonville as a Public Communications Officer and on Mayor Alvin Brown’s transition team.
After living all over the country, she fell in love with Jacksonville and decided to make Riverside her permanent home after returning to the area in 2010. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in political science from the University of North Florida. Meredith also holds a Master’s Degree from the University of Florida in political science with a specialty in campaigning.
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