The Biden White House Is Trying to Reach Young Americans Via Listening Sessions, Social Media

As a new year kicks off in Washington, DC, divided government is back. Against all odds, Democrats were able to hold the Senate and give Republicans a narrower-than-expected margin of control in the House thanks, in part, to young voters, who broke hard for Democrats for the third major election in a row.

While President Joe Biden wasn’t on the ballot in November, young Americans aged 18–29 overwhelmingly voted in favor of his administration’s agenda. But young Americans’ support for Democrats and the octogenarian president isn’t a given, and there’s been a push and pull between the White House and youth leaders.

 

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