A bipartisan team of young legislators in Arkansas, led by Rep. Ashley Hudson and Rep. Aaron Pilkington, worked together to pass the Arkansas Support for Pregnant and Parenting Students Act.
Recognizing the exigent need to address toxic polarization in America, the National Governors Association (NGA), led by Chair Utah Governor Spencer Cox, launched a key initiative called Disagree Better. The effort focuses on fostering more constructive ways of confronting the nation’s challenges, uniting governors from across the US in bipartisan collaboration. Among the nonprofit organizations…
Some young candidates struggle to stay in office because of burnout and low pay, said Reed Howard, vice president of strategy and public affairs at the Millennial Action Project.
For Immediate Release Contact: Pamela Goldsmith [email protected] Washington, DC | September 18, 2023 – Future Caucus announced today the launch of its policy Innovation Lab, a fulcrum for policy education and bridge-building that connects the dots between the next generation of legislators and politically diverse experts and thought leaders to support bipartisan collaboration and innovative…
Gen Z and millennials have high hopes for the future. Except when it comes to politics.
Generation Citizen has published resources for harnessing age diversity in civic life. Earlier this year, in partnership with civic organizations CoGenerate and the Millennial Action Project, the group put out a report with recommendations for intergenerational civic collaboration.
In a convergence of young state lawmakers from across the country, Future Summit 2023, hosted by Future Caucus, galvanized nearly 70 promising young legislators, transcending partisan divisions to coalesce around a common goal — to shape the future of governance. Representing the expansive Gen Z and millennial lawmaker community within the State Future Caucus Network (SFCN) — spanning 34…
State Rep. Bill G. Schuette (R-Midland) represented Michigan at a Millennial Action Project conference in early August to discuss the future of the nation and the challenges it will face.
On a January day more than 10 years ago, I first stood beneath the rotunda of the Mississippi state Capitol as an elected representative of the people of my hometown.
With many leaders showing their age recently, a previously somewhat obscure word, “gerontocracy,” meaning “a government ruled by the elderly,” is popping up everywhere.