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.
Hover over a state to learn more about their bipartisan efforts:
On July 11th, MAP hosted an evening of conversation and action with bipartisan members of the Wisconsin legislature to discuss the future of the workforce in Sheboygan and across Wisconsin.
On Wednesday, May 22, 2019, the Wisconsin Future Caucus held a briefing and panel discussion on energy innovation and its role in the state’s economy hosted by WI Future Caucus Co-Chairs Representatives Adam Neylon (R) and Amanda Stuck (D).
On May 1, 2019, the Millennial Action Project, in partnership with the Association of Young Americans and the Young Texans Legislative Caucus (YTLC), hosted the 2019 Texas Capitol Day at the statehouse. This event brought together members of the YTLC and millennial-aged stakeholders from the greater Austin area to develop and deepen the conversation around youth advocacy and civic engagement.
On March 6th, the UW-Madison chapter of Millennial Action Project hosted their first Red and Blue Dialogue on the topic of “Financing Higher Education.” The group brought over 60 students together from across the political spectrum to discuss higher education and college funding in Wisconsin.
Millennial legislators Representative Michael Curcio (R-69) and Senator Raumesh Akbari (D-29) announced the creation of the Tennessee Future Caucus on Tuesday, February 26, 2019. Their leadership will guide the Tennessee Future Caucus as a way for state legislators under 45 to build bipartisan policy solutions that focuses on people rather than party.
State Future Caucuses have either launched or are developing in the following states: