young voters

The GOP is facing a crisis as young voters abandon the party, columnist and TV analyst says.
The major Democratic donor has bet that petting zoos and millions of dollars can solve the party's big turnout problem.
But at least they’re more likely to say everyone should vote than they were during the 2014 midterm elections.
The new buy from the Tom Steyer-backed NextGen America includes the first-ever political ads on Twitch.
I have spent a really long time working to give young voices a platform in the decisions that affect their lives and now I worry that the uncertainty of the future combined with the rhetoric that we keep hearing will do even more to turn off young people from our government.
Democracy requires participation. Not voting is voting for the winner. And those who didn't vote -- along with those who voted for Trump -- decided this year's winner.
If you quit, the ideas you oppose and the policies you reject will prevail.
Three young women and three young gay men. The outcome seemed grim. A normally rambunctious group became saddened and a mess.
Find one other eligible voter who might not otherwise have had the motivation, mobility, or ability to vote, and bring them as your plus one to the polls.
Students may be learning about the mechanics of government, but they are not always required to learn the skills needed for civic participation.
Your vote not only decides who's sitting in the Oval, gubernatorial, or city council member office. It will impact the trajectory of our country and how it influences your daily life.
Voting among college students is at an all-time low. Reports show that only 19.9 percent of 18-24-year-olds cast a ballot
So before you decide your vote doesn't matter in this election, consider this question: where else in your life have you left the playing field because you didn't like or agree with the way the game was being played? What relationships have stopped working due, in part, to your decision not to fully participate?
Election Day is about a month away. And while candidates fight for your vote, it's important to know what happens after you cast it.
This election cycle has struck many of us as particularly intense--from public interactions between the candidates and their
The Latino electorate is diverse and different segments exhibit varying levels of support for the candidates and political parties. Yes, younger Latinos are reacting more negatively to Donald Trump's rhetoric, but they also reacting more positively to Hillary Clinton's campaign.
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Legalizing marijuana is something we might feel that we can do little about. Yet we can do more than we think. If legalization is your state's ballot this year, make you vote count. If your state is nowhere near legalization, then vote for pro-legalization candidates.