(MADISON, WI) 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. 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.
The announcement at the Wisconsin State Capitol will feature remarks from Representatives Stuck and Neylon on their leadership to address issues affecting Millennials across the state. With the launch, Wisconsin will become the 19th state to join Millennial Action Project’s national State Future Caucus Network.
WHO: Steven Olikara, Co-Founder and President of Millennial Action Project, Representative Amanda Stuck (D-57), Co-Chair of the Wisconsin Future Caucus Representative Adam Neylon (R-98), Co-Chair of the Wisconsin Future Caucus
WHAT: The official launch of the Wisconsin Future Caucus
WHERE: Wisconsin State Capitol Assembly Parlor, 2 E Main Street
WHEN: Wednesday, September 20th at 9:00 a.m.
WHY: The Wisconsin Future Caucus will become a part of a national network of legislators serving on the front lines of creating a more constructive governing environment for the future of our country. This community of young policymakers also convenes to exchange ideas and best practices, and highlight how millennial leaders can revitalize our democracy.
The Millennial Action Project (MAP) is a national, nonpartisan 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to activating young policymakers to bridge the partisan divide and lead a new era of collaborative governance. In 2013, MAP organized America’s first-ever bipartisan caucus for young members of Congress, the Congressional Future Caucus. Shaping the next generation of leadership, MAP's Future Caucus Network has expanded into nearly 20 state legislatures and grown into the largest nonpartisan organization of millennial elected officials in the U.S. More info available at: www.millennialaction.org.