About 100 millennials ages 13 to 29 recently met with Democratic candidate Jon Ossoff, as he urged more young voters to participate in the June 20 run-off election.
Older voters have scratched their heads wondering why this generation has become so anti-establishment. One important factor is that many Millennials came of age during the recession. Many had parents who lost a job and opportunities that were once pathways to success disintegrated at the hands of a crippling economy.
Younger women are an important target group in any presidential election. They may not always have the same political views as their older counterparts, as this election especially shows.