Millennials and The Midterm Election - A Critical Voting Block
The three younger generations – those ages 18 to 53 in 2018 – reported casting 62.2 million votes, compared with 60.1 million cast by Baby Boomers and older generations. It’s not the first time the younger generations outvoted their elders. The younger group did the same in the 2016 presidential election.
This information comes from the Pew Research website.
What made the big difference? Experts say it was all about high voter turnout!
In this episode of the Political Woman Podcast, I speak with one of my Go-To Millennial friends, Joseph Garcia.
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