Wisconsin Future Caucus Co-Chairs
On October 17th, MAP President and Founder Steven Olikara joined Steve Case (AOL Co-Founder & Chairman and CEO of Revolution) and J.D. Vance (Hillbilly Elegy Author & Revolution Ventures) in Green Bay, WI for the Rise of the Rest Tour.
Representatives Adam Neylon (R-98) and Amanda Stuck (D- 57) convened in Madison to announce the creation of the Wisconsin Future Caucus, comprised of Wisconsin legislators 40 and under.
Future Caucus News
Millennials — identified as those born roughly between 1980 and 2000 — represent the generation that will be the political, governmental and business leaders of the future. But, because it's a generation that doesn't see public service as a career path and is turned off by the overt partisanship on the part of both parties, Olikara believes they can become a force of change for the better.
Rep. Adam Neylon discusses the creation of the Wisconsin Future Caucus, a bipartisan group of Wisconsin state legislators under the age of 40.
MAP President Steven Olikara appeared on WISN's Up Front with Mike Gousha to explain why millennial policy makers are working together for the future.
WI Future Caucus Co-Chair, Rep. Amanda Stuck (D-Appleton), spoke with USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin about bipartisanship and the future of leadership in the state.
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.
Today, September 20th, Representatives Amanda Stuck and Adam Neylon, joined by Wisconsin business and community leaders, will announce the creation of the Wisconsin Future Caucus, a bipartisan group of legislators ages 40 and under.
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.
Younger members of the state Assembly are joining together to address topics important to Wisconsin’s millennial population.
Wisconsin lawmakers announced Wednesday they were forming a bipartisan millennial caucus in hopes of finding common ground on technology, entrepreneurship and other issues.
WATCH: On September 20th, Representatives Amanda Stuck and Adam Neylon announce the creation of the Wisconsin Future Caucus, a bipartisan group of legislators ages 40 and younger. They join Millennial Action Project’s national movement of young elected officials breaking through partisan gridlock to reestablish political cooperation and create meaningful progress through government institutions.