In the wake of the 2016 elections, millennials on both sides of the aisle have shown no signs of political fatigue. Many young people are looking for ways to stay involved with the process in between elections, engaging with their local, state, and national officials more than ever before.
MAP President Steven Olikara recently sat down with Kate Moritz from PBS' Rewire to discuss ways in which millennials can take their engagement to the next level - by running for office themselves.
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We’re becoming the largest voting block—read: most influential—in the country. Being engaged is about more than just voting every four years, though. Keep reading to learn four straight-forward ways you can engage with your government.