youth vote

Why Millenials Rejected Obama

Kristoff Ott, American Thinker

Obama is a 20-watt bulb who uncorked the tired swill of collectivist-utopia for a generation that lacked the perspective and maturity to contextualize it… but that is not why he’s become unpopular with Millenials.

Exit Polls Show ALL Demographics Shifted to GOP After '12

Ed Morrissey, Hot Air

The GOP made slight gains in 2014 over 2010 among blacks, 18-29YOs, the middle class, and a large jump among Asian-Americans. They lost ground among women, Latinos, independents, seniors and 30-44YOs, and both working class and the wealthy. 

Most Young Likely Voters Prefer GOP-Run Congress

Dan Spencer, Red State

A new poll of 18- to 29- year-olds finds a majority, 51%, who say they'll “definitely vote” in the elections prefer a Repub.-run Congress. Only 47% favor a Dem.-controlled Congress. That’s a big shift from '10, when the same firm found 55% preferred Dem. control & 43% prefer Repub. control.

Millennial Voters a New Worry for Dems

Amie Parnes, The Hill

The generation of 18- to 34-year-olds feels a sense of disappointment in the Democrat Party it helped boost in previous elections.

How Republicans Can Capture The Youth Vote In 30 Seconds

GOP congressional candidate Marilinda Garcia is surging in New Hampshire in part because her campaign recognizes that big chunks of the youth vote want change and they define that change in conservative terms.

GOP Millennial Nom: Congress Needs New Generation of Conservative Leaders

Ashe Schow, Washington Examiner

The GOP's new nom. for NH02, Marilinda Garcia, is young, successful and personable: everything the GOP needs to shake up the party and start appealing to younger voters.

Report: How GOP Lost the Youth Vote

Katie Glueck, Politico

If you thought the RNC’s 2012 autopsy was bad, look at the College Repubs’ report. It’s a doozy.