How Can Democrats Mobilize Millennials in the Mid-Terms (and Beyond)?

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University of Westminster: The Boardroom

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Millennials are a progressive-leaning group -- an activist generation motivated to change society -- and yet only 49% of them voted in 2016 (compared to 58% overall). How do we get Millennials to turn their passion for progressive issues into Democratic votes? How can "demographics are destiny" become the reality?

Join DAUK Young Democrats for a panel discussion, "Mobilizing Millennials in the Mid-Terms (and Beyond)” on May 8th.

Our clued-up panel of young Democrats will discuss how activist Millennials will shape the future of the Democratic Party, the future of the USA, the future of the world!

We hope Democrats of all ages will enjoy this special event.

Panelists include:

Josh Van der Ploeg (Moderator) - DAUK Treasurer, Young Professionals Network Organizer
Lan Wu - DAUK Women's Caucus Chair
Robbie Platt - DAUK LGBTQ Caucus Co-Chair
Kira Brenner - DPCA Voting Rep, Our Revolution Member
David Scollan - March For Our Lives (London) Organizer


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In compliance with US campaign and party funding laws, we can only accept payments from US citizens and green card holders. Non-US citizens are very welcome to attend, but only as guests of US citizens who must book and pay for—as a gift—their guests' admission. By booking and paying for tickets for this event, you are confirming that you are a US citizen or green card holder. You must tick a box affirming this before completing your purchase.

If you are unable for any reason to book online using this website, please email us with your request. Advance bookings will only be taken until 5 p.m. on the day of the screening.


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University of Westminster: The Boardroom

309 Regent Street

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W1B 2HW

United Kingdom

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