National Citizen Service
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Over half of 18-24 year olds do not vote. That means big decisions are being made without you.
Change that at the General Election 2015. If you can get yourself to a polling station on 7 May, we'll help you decide who to vote for. No bias. No jargon. Just facts.
If that got your attention, read more on our Politics Unpicked tumblr - your jargon free guide to everything you need to know about UK politics.
10 YouTubers, 10 issues, 10 weeks.
You told us you need more info to use your vote. Less party political jargon - more straight answers.
So we teamed up with ten amazing YouTubers to give you the facts on the issues you voted most important in the run up to the election - how they’ll affect you, and what each party says they’ll do about them.
Watched the whole playlist and want more from them? Sign up to hear from your top vlogger on Election Day.
PLUS when you sign up you'll be entered into a competition to meet two of our YouTube superstars at an exclusive vlogging workshop.
Who is your favourite YouTuber?
Select your favourite YouTuber from below, sign up, and you'll get a special text from them on 7 May.
The following Monday (May 11) we'll announce the winners of our YouTuber vlogging workshop competition.
Cost of Living
Care for the Elderly
What you can do
You’ve got something politicians want – 6.8 million votes. That’s enough to decide the election result.
2015 is your moment to show politicians what kind of country you want to live in. But they’ll only listen if they know you plan to use your vote.
The deadline for registering to vote has now passed. Now it's time to get clued up on who to vote for - and we can help.