Millennials (18-35) are now the largest — and most progressive — bloc of eligible voters in the country. We represent the future. We decide the future. We elect the future.
HOW WE WIN
Numbers don’t lie — We, the Future, aren’t voting. But we’re also not being engaged by existing political organizing tactics. We the Future is building tools to change that, and if we can turn out 35% of young people in 2018, we can take back the House and put a crucial check on Trump's power.
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Campaign tactics like direct mail and cold calls don't work on young voters. We're building new, digital tools that cater to how millennials operate. We’re empowering millennials to take action, hold each other accountable, and show up on election day.
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Social pressure has been proven to increase turnout by as much as 8%. We help you leverage your social networks to get your friends out to vote.
Youth Vote Director for 2016 Bernie Sanders campaign
"On the Bernie campaign, we showed the country the power of young people. But a youth revolution can't just happen every 4 years. We need to build a sustained movement, and We the Future is building the foundation to power that movement for the long-run."
Campaign Manager for Ro Khanna's succussful 2016 Congressional campaign
"As we look ahead to the Midterms, it will be critical for progressives to invest in new digital tools to increase millennial voter turnout. We the Future has the political and digital expertise to turn our generation into a powerful political force in 2018 and beyond."
Alum of MIT Media Lab, Obama for America, FWD.us, and Hustle.
"Digital technology has dramatically changed the way Americans engage in politics — particularly, the digital-native millennial generation. The challenge is then bridging the gap between online engagement and voting. We the Future has cracked this code for millennials."