Assemblyman Kevin Kiley and Senator Eric Lesser debunk one of the many faulty assumptions about the 2016 election: young Americans stayed in their dorm rooms rather than heading outside to vote.
On October 12, Representatives Edward James (D-101) and Tanner Magee (R-53) were named the new Co-Chairs of the Louisiana State Future Caucus, a caucus comprised of state legislators under age 45. The announcement is part of a nation-wide movement in state houses across the country where young legislators are seeking to find common ground and create meaningful progress through government institutions.
Congress is too stagnant, divided and corrupted to do its job – and the American people are demanding reform. The left says “the system is rigged.” The right demands Washington “drain the swamp.” Both sides need to work together to demand change in our broken national political system that will benefit us all.
A bipartisan band of young Wisconsin legislators has formed a group called the Wisconsin Future Caucus.The caucus' co-chairs, Democratic Rep. Amanda Stuck and Republican Rep. Adam Neylon, announced the formation of the group during a news conference Wednesday. They said they've got about 20 lawmakers 40 years or younger on board.
Millennials are killing napkins, home ownership and fabric softener. But in Wisconsin, they're about to try killing partisan gridlock, too. Reps. Amanda Stuck, D-Appleton, and Adam Neylon, R-Pewaukee, announced on Wednesday their plans to co-chair a bipartisan Wisconsin Future Caucus of state lawmakers age 40 and under.