REPORT: A Comprehensive Approach to Engaging Young Voters: The Case for Preregistration, AVR, and Lowering the Voting Age for Local Elections

Democracy

The consistency of voting data among 18- to 24-year-olds suggests that systemic issues, rather than generational issues, are limiting young people’s civic participation. Preregistration, automatic voter registration, and lowering the voting age to 16 for local municipal elections are promising systemic solutions.
Read more ›
READ MORE
REPORT: Young People Are the Pathway to Victory in 2020

Democracy

With all eyes on the 2020 election, every candidate and campaign wants to know the secret to victory in November. The answer may be votes of Millennials and Generation Z.
Read more ›
READ MORE
REPORT: Addressing the $1.5 Trillion in Federal Student Loan Debt

Student Debt

As policymakers think about solving college affordability for future students, they must not forget about the tens of millions of borrowers already holding college debt.
Read more ›
READ MORE