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California Is Taking Steps to Lower The Voting Age - Here's Why

Young people across the country are mobilizing, marching, and speaking out on critical issues as never before, from the Youth Climate Strike and March for Our Lives to immigrant rights and Black Lives Matter. They are looking out at a world they're set to inherit, and making a powerful case for action to create a safer, more equitable future.

Should The Voting Age Be Lowered To 17? These California Activists Think So

It's generally accepted that in the United States, a citizen can be elected president at 35, run for Senate at 30 or Congress at 25, drink legally at 21, and cast a vote in a national election at 18. But a group of youth activists and politicians in California want to change that last part.

Young activists, elected officials push for lowering voting age in California

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - On Tuesday, more than 60 young activists from across the state rallied at the State Capitol in an effort to convince legislators to lower the voting age to 17. Assemblymember Evan Low (D-Silicon Valley) and co-authors of Assembly Constitutional Amendment 8 joined them ahead of a key Assembly Appropriations Committee vote.

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