Can Trudeau solve the mystery of millennial voters again this time?
By Les WhittingtonMar. 6, 2019
With seniors being reliable voters with a pronounced Conservative lean, a failure to mobilize young people this time will put the Liberals at a distinct disadvantage.
The self-styled minister of youth, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will have to find a way to engage with millennial voters if his party hopes to repeat the 2015 result. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
OTTAWA—We’re spending a lot of time and energy trying to figure out what motivates young people and what might get them out to vote.
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