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Three ways to get Millennials voting

For starters it should be possible to vote online—as it is in Estonia

Estonian Parliament in the country's capital, Tallinn. Estonia allows its citizens to cast their votes in general elections digitally ©Egil

In May 2015, Britain showed that its tradition of democratic participation is alive and well, when a contest that had provoked passionate debate came to its closely fought end. Indeed, the final of Britain’s Got Talent was watched by nearly 12m people. Of course, it wasn’t the only poll taking place that…

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