Registering young voters is the key to the future, and these orgs know it!
Gehrig Rosen shares why you should vote in the #CAPrimary, even if you don’t know much about the candidates yet or think your favorite candidate can’t win.
Sexual assault and harassment have been the main issue surrounding the Alabama Senate race. But what does this election mean for young people in Alabama? Youth Radio asked some teens from Alabama to weigh in on the issues that matter most to them in this election.
Another week has come and gone in the craziest election ever, and we’ve round up what matters in the quest to earn the youth vote.
If most teens told their parents who to vote for, they might think about it, but they probably wouldn’t get eight cars decked out with a candidate’s face and take off all over the country. But 17-year-old Nadia Crawford’s family isn’t exactly normal.
After a week of interviews at the DNC trying to figure out how millennials will vote in this election, we can honestly say: we have NO clue.
Bernie Sanders spoke outside Oakland City Hall in downtown Oakland to an audience of nearly 20,000 supporters on Memorial Day. Youth Radio reporter Desmond Meagley attended the rally to document the event and speak to Sanders supporters.
We talk about the “Latino vote” as if it was a thing, but in fact Latino voters are not easy…
For the first time, there are as many Millenials as there are baby boomers– so young people are in a position to make a real difference in this election. How should political candidates engage effectively with young voters? What would be your words of advice to the front-runners who want so badly to appeal to youth?