Young People Expanded the Electorate and Reshaped Legislatures to Look More Like America

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The 2018 midterm elections demonstrated the opportunity for young voters to fundamentally expand and reshape the electorate to be more diverse and progressive, as well as their ability to dramatically change the values of elected bodies.
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Generation Without Representation: Young People Severely Underrepresented Among Legislators

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Despite making up the largest potential voting bloc in the country today, young people are severely underrepresented at both the state and federal level. Our analysis found that despite young voters making up 34 percent of the U.S. electorate, only six percent of state legislators are 35 or younger. In other words, young people are facing a representation gap of 28 percent in state legislatures.
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EVENT: A Generation Without Representation

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How Young People Are Severely Underrepresented Among Legislators
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