Michigan

New bipartisan caucus aims to appeal to millennials, govern a different way

 New bipartisan caucus aims to appeal to millennials, govern a different way

It's time to put people over party. That's the idea driving young legislators across the country to group together in a bipartisan way, forming caucuses as a part of the Millennial Action Project's State Future Caucus Network for lawmakers under age 40 who want to govern in a different way. 

Rep. Lilly to co-chair MI Future Caucus

Rep. Lilly to co-chair MI Future Caucus

Rep. Jim Lilly, R–Park Township, will co-chair a new bipartisan caucus with the goal of engaging young people.The MI Future Caucus is made up of 50 legislators under the age of 40 with the goal of breaking through the partisan divide and focusing on generational issues to unite legislators, according to a press release from the Michigan House of Representative.

RELEASE: Young Members of Michigan Legislature Form Bipartisan Caucus to Address Issues Most Important to Millennial Michiganders

RELEASE: Young Members of Michigan Legislature Form Bipartisan Caucus to Address Issues Most Important to Millennial Michiganders

(Lansing, MI) Today, Representatives Abdullah Hammoud (D-15) and Jim Lilly (R-96) announced the creation of the bipartisan MI Future Caucus, a brand-new caucus comprised of state legislators under age 40. With the launch, Michigan becomes the 23rd state to join Millennial Action Project’s national State Future Caucus Network.