The mission of each State Future Caucus is to foster bipartisan dialogue among young and innovative legislators committed to working on the issues facing millennials and future generations.
Each group consists of members of the state legislature under 40 years of age. Future Caucus members are committed to pragmatically working towards a culture of political cooperation.
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The first annual Future Summit brought together state legislators from around the country for a day of networking, conversation, and action.
The Washington Under-40 Caucus organized its fourth-annual bipartisan hike at Twin Falls, WA.
Members of the California Millennial Caucus joined students at Sacramento State for their first millennial town hall, discussing housing policy, technology, education, and more.
IN Co-Chair Dan Forestal joined the Indy Chamber for a "Pancakes & Politics" conversation on millennials, civic engagement, and breaking down intergenerational boundaries.
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.
Representatives Christopher England (D-70) and Kyle South (R-16) announced the creation of the bipartisan Alabama State Future Caucus, a brand-new caucus comprised of state legislators under age 40. The caucus will focus on issues that these millennials care about, including student debt and clean energy.
State Future Caucuses have either launched or are developing in the following states: