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Winning millennial voters address to State Legislative Leadership Foundation

On March 16, 2018, I had the distinct honor of addressing the State Legislative Leadership Foundation and University of North Carolina’s winter 2018 conference about how to speak to and attract millennial voters. The lively, occasionally fiery panel discussion was an informative and provocative conversation with lawmakers from states all across the United States. I was joined by Fred Yang …

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The Women’s March one year later

Anger is the most abundant renewable energy source in the world, and Democrats have successfully harnessed it — not through the moribund infrastructure of the Democratic Party, but rather through grassroots organizing. On the one year anniversary of the Women’s March, it is clear that the marchers were not kidding when they chanted, “We won’t go away!” They returned home …

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Trump and the GOP have a massive millennial problem

Let’s face it, the polls are not good for President Trump. But, for all of the talk about Trump’s poll numbers being bad, few are taking note of an important trend: How utterly disastrous they are with millennials (18-34 year olds) and younger voters (18-29 year olds). Trump’s abysmal numbers with millennials is a feature, not a bug. Poll after …

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