Media Roundup: Alabama Future Caucus Launch

May 1, 2017

Young legislators recently launched the bipartisan Alabama Future Caucus. Check out some of the press coverage from the launch.

Representatives Christopher England (D-70) and Kyle South (R-16) announced the creation of the bipartisan Alabama State Future Caucus, a brand-new caucus comprised of state legislators under age 40. The announcement is part of a nation-wide movement in state houses across the country where millennial legislators are seeking to find common ground in an era of hyper partisanship.

The caucus will focus on issues that these millennials care about, including student debt and clean energy. Alabama’s Future Caucus will be part of the Millennial Action Project’s national effort to support young elected officials as they work to break through partisan gridlock and reestablish political cooperation.

Check out some featured press from the Caucus launch below.

Alabama Today

Millennial Alabama lawmakers launch bipartisan Future Caucus

Millennials officially became the America’s largest living generation last year, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau . As more of them get involved in politics and advocacy, a group of Alabama lawmakers want to make sure their voices are heard in the state Legislature.

Alabama Political Reporter:

Millennial-aged lawmakers create bipartisan Alabama Future Caucus – Alabama Political Reporter

By Chip Brownlee Alabama Political Reporter MONTGOMERY – Several Alabama lawmakers are launching a new bipartisan caucus focused on solving partisan strife and problems facing young Alabamians. Caucus co-chairs Rep. Christopher England (D-Tuscaloosa) and Rep. Kyle South (R-Fayette) joined by seven other millennial-aged lawmakers, announced the creation of the Alabama Future Caucus on Thursday.

The Auburn Plainsman:

Alabama lawmakers create bipartisan millennial caucus

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – A group of Alabama lawmakers is creating a new bipartisan caucus to bring millennial political issues to the forefront. On Thursday, several Alabama lawmakers launched the new Alabama Future Caucus caucus, which will focus on mending partisan divides in Alabama’s State House while solving problems facing young Alabamians, the caucus’ co-chairs said.

Rep. Sara Jacobs


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