By the 2028 presidential election, people under the age of 45 will constitute the majority of American voters. Studying these cohorts of younger voters is key to understanding what lies ahead. Experts in Brookings’ Center for Public Management have been analyzing the voting patterns, behaviors, and demographics of younger voters, demonstrating how the youngest generations are unlike those who came before.
On September 12, the Center for Effective Public Management hosted a virtual event to discuss the ways in which Americans under 45 will impact future elections and transform our democracy.
PanelKei Kawashima-Ginsberg Newhouse Director of CIRCLE - Jonathan M. Tisch College of Civic Life, Tufts UniversityRay Block Michael D. Rich Distinguished Chair for Countering Truth Decay - RAND, Brown-McCourtney Career Development Professor - McCourtney Institute, Associate Professor of Political Science and African American Studies - Penn State University