North Carolina Future Caucus
Sen. Barefoot, Rep. Beasley, Sen. Chaudhuri, and Rep. Hall convened in Raleigh to announce the creation of the North Carolina Future Caucus, comprised of General Assembly members 45 and under.
Future Caucus News
It's being called a political crisis: Partisanship is the worst it's been in decades. Now, a few North Carolina legislators think they might have a solution: Building a political coalition based on their shared youth.
Spearheaded by the Millennial Action Project, the Future Caucus is a bipartisan group of lawmakers under the age of 45 that seek to address issues of importance to young people such as student debt and job creation
A group of young lawmakers are banding together to address issues important to millennials and to try to engage younger North Carolinians in the political and legislative process.
The General Assembly’s youngest members have formed the North Carolina Future Caucus, designed for state lawmakers 45 and younger.