Welcome to our new Future Caucus leadership team!
See below for our new bipartisan team of chairs and vice-chairs.
The Congressional Future Caucus is our nation's first and only caucus for young members of Congress (approximately under the age of 45).
These members come together across partisan lines to creatively and pragmatically forge nonpartisan common ground on issues facing America's next generation, such as enhancing American competitiveness and innovation.
Future Caucus members also engage in nonpartisan outreach to Millennials and build key generational relationships across the aisle. The Caucus consists of about twenty-five Congressional members.
Co-Chairs, Congressional Future Caucus
Congressman Carlos Curbelo (R-FL), 37, represents Florida's 26th Congressional District and serves on the House Committee on Ways and Means. He is the Co-Chair of the bipartisan Climate Solutions Caucus.
Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ), 40, represents the 9th District of Arizona and serves on the House Committee on Financial Services.
Vice Co-Chairs, Congressional Future Caucus
Congresswoman Stephanie Murphy (D-FL), 38, represents Florida’s 7th Congressional District and serves on the House Armed Services and House Small Business Committees.
Congressman Mike Gallagher (R-WI), 33, represents Wisconsin's 8th Congressional District. Mike served as a Captain in the Marine Corps, and currently sits on the House Armed Services and Homeland Security Committees.
Congressional Future Caucus Legislation
Future Caucus Events
On May 23, MAP announced the new Co-Chairs of the Congressional Future Caucus, Representatives Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ, 9th District) and Carlos Curbelo (R-FL, 26th District). Additionally, MAP announced new Vice Co-Chairs, Representatives Mike Gallagher (R-WI, 8th District) and Stephanie Murphy (D-FL, 7th District).
MAP, Twitter, and the Congressional Tech Staff Association (CTSA) convened an evening discussion honoring new members and celebrating technology and innovation @TwitterDC.
The Congressional Future Caucus, joining forces with the Diversifying Technology Caucus, convened a congressional briefing to discuss the challenges facing transitioning service members and veterans in accessing careers in the technology sector. Hosted by MAP, the briefing explored actions government and the private sector can take to advance opportunities for veterans.
EY and the Economic Innovation Group cohosted a bipartisan discussion with Future Caucus members Reps. Moulton (D-MA), Gallego (D-AZ), and Yoder (R-KS) on millennials and the economy. Co-hosted by MAP, the conversation showcased results from a new national survey of millennials.
In The News
The Future Caucus, formed in partnership with the nonprofit Millennial Action Project, instead makes an explicitly generational pitch. As MAP founder Steven Olikara puts it, the caucus invites its 29 members to think of themselves as peers with a set of shared problems to solve, instead of the latest wave of foot soldiers in a decades-old battle for Washington.
A caucus for the youngest members of Congress added some fresh blood to its leadership yesterday. Reps. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) and Carlos Curbelo (R-Fla.) are the new co-chairs of the Congressional Future Caucus, a bipartisan group of lawmakers younger than 45.
Murphy's release states that Curbelo, 37, and Sinema, 40, backed by Murphy, 38, and Gallagher, 33, will seek to lead a national movement of young elected officials breaking through partisan gridlock to re-establish political cooperation and create meaningful progress in government.
A new congressional caucus has been formed aimed at millennials with two Floridians, Republican U.S. Rep. Carlos Curbelo of Kendall, and Democratic U.S. Rep. Stephanie Murphy of Winter Park, among the leaders.
Today, MAP announced Representatives Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ 9th District) and Carlos Curbelo (R-FL 26th District) as the new co-chairs of the Congressional Future Caucus, the only bipartisan group of young legislators under age 45 in Congress focused on next generation leadership and policy issues.