Voting is a fundamental right and Google is making sure it stays so. There are midterm elections about to take place in the month of November, and Google is all set to make everyone participate in the event.
Reportedly, if we count it from Tuesday, the Election Day is around 6 weeks from now. And Google is all ready to make the most of it. Apparently, this is considered to be the best time to use an election campaign that has a Doodle button in it. That would help the US citizens make note that they are the registered voters and they are expected to draw their votes on November 6.
So how does this Doodle work? It links itself to the Google Search term which is, “How to register to vote #RegistertoVote,” and that would take you to voter registration sites like USA.gov and many official resources based on where you reside.
These sites would also include information including how and where you can register. This aids in finding out if you are eligible to cast your vote. It would also help you in updating your registration information which would make sure that there are no loopholes in the procedure of registration. After doing everything it needs, all you have to register and you’re done.
The time of this Doodle coming out in Public in the middle of a fundamental election is perfect. This is due to the Democrats taking control of the House of Representatives. Well, they are quite in a position to do so. According to a CBS News poll that released this Sunday, Democrats are most likely to win around 224 seats or maybe a six more than 218 seats for leading in the majority.
If by any chance you happen to be a fan of Google Doodles or maybe take some interest in them, it is recommended to keep a wide look on them as the elections keep approaching. If we go back in the history of elections for the White House in 2016, Google issued out a string of pretty doodles that would go on ringing a bell on the Voters to cast their votes to their desired candidate. The Doodles included connections regarding local methods and candidates on the voter’s specific opinion poll where they were allowed to vote. The best part is that they could learn how to vote in either English or Spanish.
And now it’s time to see how well the system of Google Doodles goes. What do you think about it? Should we have this Google Doodle in every democratic country? Tell us in the comments below.