We have the responsibility to look forward.
We have the power to shape elections.
We have the ability to make change.
Let's take action.
ONE SIMPLE MISSION:
MAKING OUR VOICES HEARD
Young people have the power at our fingertips. If we get out and vote, our politicians will represent our needs. Now more than ever, our system should reflect our values.
We can make the difference.
Millennials compose nearly 62 million eligible voters. In 2016, about 138 million people voted in the presidential election.
You do the math.
Our. Vote. Counts.
We are actively ensuring Millennials and later generations have a voice that is heard.
Join us in:
Creating Voter Registration Drives
Increasing Voter Turnout
Organizing Community Events
Holding Our Elected Officials Accountable
Clarke Perkins is a New Orleans native currently residing in Cleveland, Ohio. She graduated from Louisiana State University in 2018 with a degree in Political Science and a minor in Communication Studies. Clarke moved to Cleveland as a Teach for America Corps Member where she works as a Special Education teacher. She has a passion for education, social justice and politics as she sees it as her channel to change not only her community but the country.
Bobby Mannis is a Chicago native who studied economics and political science at Tulane University in New Orleans. He's returned to Chicago to work on economic policy, helping to provide opportunity to his home state. He believes political engagement is the path toward a better future, where more and diverse voices will be heard and listened to.
Bailee Stewart is a New Orleans Native with a passion for social justice, politics, and advancing her community. She has worked on several local and nationally recognized campaigns such as Doug Jones for Senate in Alabama, Stacey Abrams for Governor in Georgia and most recently John Bell Edwards for Governor in Louisiana. Bailee has experience in organizing, managing teams, and leading progressive movements. She is currently the development associate for the Sister District project.
Noa Elliott was born in New Orleans and graduated from Tulane University. She's been activating young people to get involved in local and national races. As the co-founder of Sister District NOLA, she helps channel national support and resources to tough state legislative races. Noa has dedicated herself to getting out the vote for local, state-wide and national elections. She is passionate about motivating people to feel excited about their power as voters. By publicizing and communicating the impact of our democracy, Noa wants to increase voter participation and foster a community where every young voice matters.