Parties must give millennials ‘responsibility and power’ to mobilize their vote: panellists
By Samantha Wright AllenMar. 28, 2019
With millennials now representing the biggest voting bloc, panellists spoke about strategies on how parties can capture young Canadians’ interest.
Gabrielle Brais Harvey, a Quebec political organizer, speaks at the Broadbent Institute’s Progress Summit panel on mobilizing the millennial vote. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Parties that want to get youth involved must give their voices power and tackle issues that matter to them outside of campaign season, according to speakers on a panel focused on mobilizing the millennial vote.
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