Zev Dickstein Shapiro, a 17-year-old social entrepreneur from Cambridge, Massachusetts, is revolutionizing the social media game.
Youth Voting Rights articles on Democracy Chronicles
Find the latest news on youth voting rights in this section. Many policy areas specifically affect youth voting more than others such as education and the voting age. Ensuring youth participation in democracy is critically important for a successful system and the general trend in lower voter turnout for youth is a disaster.
College students voted at record levels in 2018 midterm, paving the way for the Democrats’ victory in key states, some Republicans have taken notice.
A controversial bill surrounding the administration of elections isn’t sitting well with those who fought to have early voting on college campuses.
Voter registration non-profit HeadCount was onsite and hard at work getting music lovers both young and old involved in our country’s democratic system.
High schoolers this decade have stormed out of their classrooms after the 2016 election, demanding protection for immigrants.
Before last year’s midterm elections, GOP politicians were derided for their apparent attempts to suppress the vote of college students.
The U.S. House defeated an amendment by Congress member Ayanna Pressley (D-Massachusetts) to set the voting age for federal office at age 16.
New Jersey students of Hightstown High School tweeted Trump, his advisers, staff, Trump-friendly celebrities, all to score a civil rights win.
A new report from CAP’s youth engagement arm, highlights the important role AVR and preregistration for 16- and 17-year-olds play.
Conservative politicians in Wisconsin, Arizona and Florida have, in recent years, sought specifically to limit college students’ access to the ballot box.