A Starbucks Coffee sign is pictured in Geneva

Starbucks, Airbnb, Democracy Works aim to boost U.S. voter turnout

A Starbucks Coffee sign is pictured in Geneva(Reuters) – Democracy Works Inc, a non-partisan, non-profit organization, said on Wednesday it is joining forces with Starbucks Corp, Airbnb, Target Corp and others to boost U.S. voter turnout to 80 percent by 2020. Democracy Works, which aims to create “a more representative and inclusive democracy,” said voter turnout had not been above 80 percent since 1888. The project’s other founding partners include Arizona State University, the Fusion TV network, ride-sharing company Lyft, news company Mic, music service Spotify, email newsletter theSkimm, television network Univision, mall operator Westfield Corp, shared workspace provider WeWork and the Video Game Voters Network.

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