My Vote 2019: Election Coverage Where You, the Voter, Matters

My Vote 2019: Election Coverage Where You, the Voter, Matters


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Lok Sabha Election 2019 is here and The Quint, India’s biggest digital newsroom, will cover elections like never before. We are putting you, the voters, first. And that’s why we are calling our election coverage, ‘My Vote 2019’, because what really matters is your vote.

LS Election 2019 is also a perception battle on social media. The political battle will also be fought on Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp, and through ‘Social Dangal’, we’ll keep you updated about all the ‘Tu Tu Main Main’ on social media.

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Our reporters across India will hit the road to bring out stories which no mainstream media house will cover.

This election season, politicians will also give speeches, make statements. Through WebQoof – Neta Fact Checker, you can find out whether these are real or fake. Our fake news busting team will do the fact check of each and every political statement for its authenticity.

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Elections are also about tall promises that the politicians make. If you feel that your MP or MLA hasn’t delivered on their promise, it’s time to take them to task. Through our citizen journalism initiative, ‘My Report – Kya Hua Tera Vaada’, you can question your politician.

And that’s not all, since our election coverage is all about the Indian voter, we are giving them a platform to highlight the issues that matter to them. Through ‘My Vote Chaupal’, we are giving a voice to the Indian voter. The politicians have spoken enough, now it’s your turn. So join our Chaupals across India and make yourself heard.

Since the Indian democracy is a government of the people, by the people and for the people, we are also truly democratising the 2019 general elections. It’s a coverage where you are at the Centre and it will help you make that informed choice when you cast your vote.

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