This election season, groups that are unable to vote - like youth and undocumented people - are solidifying their impact on America's democratic process.
Protesting, marching, and talking about politics on social media are important, but voting is one of the best ways we can make sure that our voices are heard.
As a college freshman and youth organizer in the Central Valley, I am hopeful about the interest and excitement I see in young people about Tuesday's election.
With Election Day looming, these LA 18-year-olds just voted in person early. All voters will have their chance next two weekends
Students got a jump on a real-life civics lesson on Wednesday, kicking off two weeks of in-person voting across L.A. County
For starters, the number of polling places will be cut by about 75 percent and voters will have more days to cast ballots at voting centers.
According to the Harvard Kennedy School's most recent survey of 18- to 29-year-old eligible voters, 40 percent report that they will "definitely vote" in t
Los jóvenes confiesan que se animaron a votar por su comunidad y por sus familias
Power California mobilizes over 100,000 young people of color ahead of Nov. 6 election | The Fresno Bee
Power California mobilizes over 100,000 young people of color, with thousands of them in the Central Valley, to ignite an interest in them casting their ballots in the upcoming midterm elections
Unleashing the youth vote: Power California's Luis Sánchez is bringing 25 years' experience mobilizing young people to the polls this November - along with thousands of new voters | LA School Report
Updated Oct. 22 Luis Sánchez has spent 25 years mobilizing young people in Los Angeles and across California to fight for educational justice, from gaining equal access to a more rigorous curriculum to reducing suspension rates. But he has learned that to release their real power, they need to vote.
At one of more than two dozen stations in a dimly lit Boyle Heights call center, Wendy Morales clicked her mouse to place a call to an L.A. County resident named Dulce. Morales, 20, is young and Latino, like Dulce and the many others she's been working to reach.
Democrats think they can flip three districts in California's heartland. But will Latino voters get to the polls?
Pedro Ramirez, a get-out-the-vote organizer in California's Central Valley, has a grudge. And his anger is part of a potent force that could bounce as many as three Trump-aligned Republicans from the US House during next month's midterm elections-if it can overcome the region's deep political inertia.
Youth activists from across the country - including David Hogg, co-founder of March for Our Lives, and Jessica Browning, College Republican National Committee national co-chair - gathered at the John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum Monday evening to discuss youth voter engagement.
A panel of youth advocates, including school shooting survivor and March For Our Lives co-founder David Hogg, brainstormed ways to engage youth voters at Harvard University's Kennedy School Monday, the eve of National Voter Registration Day.
Share this article:The civic engagement organization Power California announced Monday that it is opening a phone bank center in Los Angeles with a goal of reaching 52,000 young adults in the county and 100,000 statewide through phone banking and texting before November's midterm election. Power California focuses on increasing voter and government participation by young ...
La organización Power California inauguró este lunes su centro telefónico en el vecindario de Boyle Heights, al este de Los Ángeles, con el objetivo de aumentar el número de votantes entre 18 y 24 años de edad para las elecciones al Congreso del próximo 6 de noviembre.
More than 200,000 California teenagers have pre-registered to vote since 2016, further evidence that the youth vote might play a larger role than usual in this year's mid-term elections. The pre-registration milestone, announced Tuesday by Secretary of State Alex Padilla during a news conference at Francis Polytechnic High School in Los Angeles, includes 100,000 pre-registered voters who will be 18 by the November election and eligible to vote.
In California, there are more than 2.2 million registered voters age 25 or younger. How many of them turn out on election day will depend on how hard the rest of us work to mobilize them.
Decades after civil rights icons Cesar Chavez and Dolores Huerta brought worldwide attention to the plight of farm workers in California's Central Valley, a new generation of activists are making an impact in the region - with the focus now on the myriad issues facing young people and efforts to get them involved in civic affairs.
Several Los Angeles Unified School District students got to vote for the first time on Monday ahead of California's primary election. The organization YVote went to 15 LAUSD high schools to register eligible voters. At the L.A. County Registrar's office, 240 seniors were bused in to vote.
Friday, April 20, is National School Walkout Day. High school students across the country, and in Sonoma Valley, will walk off of their campuses at 10 a.m. on the 19th anniversary of the Columbine school shootings, in the second major school walkout in two months.
The tragic shooting in Parkland, Fla., in February has led to a surge in activism among young people like us across the country. It was incredible to see millions of our friends and schoolmates show up at the nationwide March for Our Lives events this spring.