Georgia Future Caucus Co-Chairs
On December 6, Salesforce hosted a briefing with members of the Georgia Future Caucus. The event included a panel discussion followed by a Q&A with Salesforce employees. The conversation focused on a range of topics including technology's role in politics, civic engagement, bipartisanship, and more.
On September 23, Georgia Future Caucus member Representative Park Cannon spoke to students enrolled in American University’s Women & Politics Institute.
A bipartisan cohort of Georgia’s youngest legislators recently announced the creation of the Georgia Future Caucus. The Caucus, co-chaired by Representative Michael Caldwell (R -Woodstock) and Representative Dar’shun Kendrick (D - Lithonia), aims to pass future-focused legislation on the issues affecting young Georgians - and do so across party lines.
Future Caucus News
One of Gwinnett’s legislators is co-leading a new bipartisan group aimed at representing the interests of millennials in the state legislature .Rep. Dar’Shun Kendrick, D-Lithonia, and Rep. Michael Caldwell, R-Woodstock, announced the creation of the Georgia Future Caucus on Wednesday. The caucus’ main work will be pushing legislation that affects people under 40.
A bipartisan cohort of Georgia’s youngest legislators recently announced the creation of the Georgia Future Caucus. Check out some of the press coverage from the launch.
State Representative Michael Caldwell (R-Woodstock) and State Representative Dar’shun Kendrick (D-Lithonia) announced the creation of the Georgia Future Caucus, a bipartisan group of legislators under the age of 40
Millennial House Members Announce Bipartisan Caucus
State Reps. Michael Caldwell (R-Woodstock) and Dar'Shun Kendrick (D-Lithonia) will co-chair the group of lawmakers under the age of 40.