Jenna Caro interviewed as part of SVA Features’ “12 SVA Students on Why They Probably Will (Definitely) Vote”

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Jenna Caro. Photo by Bridget Badore. [via SVA Features]

Jenna Caro. Photo by Bridget Badore. [via SVA Features]

VCS fourth-year Jenna Caro is one of a dozen BFA and MFA students featured in “12 SVA Students on Why They Probably Will (Definitely) Vote,” an article by Bridget Badore published last Friday on SVA Features. Here’s part of what Jenna had to say:

“For me, voting is sort of a matter of avoiding immediate harm. In particular, I feel like the most impact is with local elections and ballot measures. I don’t think that anything revolutionary is going to happen from voting, but if something would be a little bit better for someone who is struggling, I think it’s worth it to vote for that.”

You can read the whole article and the rest of Jenna’s comments at the link above.

 

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