Hannah Duder and her team, who produced a website to help young voters in next month’s elections, has launched a mobile app, Candidate, to provide more information for new voters.
Earlier this year, Canterbury student Hannah Duder received $10,000 from the Handley Foundation as part of the Shoulder Tap national recruitment campaign. Duder was not offered a job but was granted the $10,000 after pitching her idea during the process.
Duder used the money to develop the Candidate app and worked with the Shoulder Tap community and businessman Derek Handley to set up the Virgin Voter Collective after realising only a third of young people were expected to vote in this year’s general election.
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