DO YOU VOTE
FOR YOUR OWN
FUTURE?

Come to the MaasXEurope convention on 12 April!

Do you want to meet the people who want you to elect them? We'll give you the chance to meet candidates for the European Parliament elections! On 12 April, several politicans will come to Maastricht to spend one afternoon with us. This is your chance to inform yourself on their ambitions and to discuss with them your concerns about the future of Europe and it's free - so don't let it slide!

YOU ARE THE NEW GENERATION OF Europe.

Doesn’t matter if you’re a local or an international student. While you study, work or chill, you can build your future in Maastricht and Europe. MaasXEurope believes that the new generation of Maastricht is ready to create their own future and chances. The European Parliament elections take place on the 23rd of May, 2019 and you have a choice too. WHAT DO YOU CHOOSE?

So you are going to vote.

Amazing! Who you’re voting for is something completely up to you. If you haven’t completely really figured out who you’re voting for, or you are just curious to know how voting even works and where you can vote, then you can find extra information to make voting easier below.

What is MaasXEurope?

MaasXEurope believes that a new generation of Europeans can choose for their own future and chances that go along with it. During the European Parliament elections, on the 23rd of May 2019, you have a choice. Do you vote for your own future, or do you follow the vote of the crowd?

A tough choice, especially when you’re not entirely sure about what you want. That’s why right now is the moment to really think about it and MaasXEurope helps you with that. MaasXEurope offers you comprehensible, honest and open information. That way you can get all the information you need to make a decision that suits you; for all the things that you want and the possibilities that Europe should offer you.

If you’re going to vote is something you can sort out yourself, MaasXEurope only asks you to stay up-to-date by checking out our website and liking our Facebook page. The ideas and decisions of a single person can make a difference.

MaasXEurope is a collaboration between Bridge Europe, DEMOS, Maastricht Student Council and Young European Federalists.

So you are not going to vote.

Voting is a right. If you use it, is completely up to you! It is definitely important that you know why you are not going to vote because if you don’t vote, what you want will remain silent! And nothing will be done with your opinion, ideas or future plans.

If there isn’t any party you can agree with, you can always vote leave your form blank – you can also do so if you don’t agree with the current system.

If you don’t know how to vote, who you’re voting for or where you can vote … we can help you!

If you’d like to vote.

Amazing! Who you’re voting for is something completely up to you. If you haven’t completely really figured out who you’re voting for, or you are just curious to know how voting even works and where you can vote, then you can find extra information to make voting easier below.

What is MaasXEurope?

MaasXEurope believes that a new generation of Europeans can choose for their own future and chances that go along with it. During the European Parliament elections, on the 23rd of May 2019, you have a choice. Do you vote for your own future, or do you follow the vote of the crowd?

A tough choice, especially when you’re not entirely sure about what you want. That’s why right now is the moment to really think about it and MaasXEurope helps you with that. MaasXEurope offers you comprehensible, honest and open information. That way you can get all the information you need to make a decision that suits you; for all the things that you want and the possibilities that Europe should offer you.

If you’re going to vote is something you can sort out yourself, MaasXEurope only asks you to stay up-to-date by checking out our website and liking our Facebook page. The ideas and decisions of a single person can make a difference.

MaasXEurope is a collaboration between Bridge Europe, DEMOS, Maastricht Student Council and Young European Federalists.