Election 2016: How Do Candidates Score on Issues that Matter to Young People?

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We believe our generation has the most to lose or gain in this election. That’s why we came together to build the Next Generation Blueprint for 2016.

Crowdsourced from more than 1,000 people in our network from 160+ cities, colleges, and universities, the Blueprint makes a bold claim: It matters who rewrites the rules, not just what rules are written. With less than 40 days to Election Day, we want to challenge you, the next generation of thinkers and doers, to share how you think the presidential candidates are scoring on policy issues – from reforming the tax code to prioritizing the vote over the dollar.

Beginning September 26, 2016 on the night of the first presidential election debate, let us know how you think the candidates are doing on issues that matter to young people.

We’ll anonymously gather your scores to share online in the weeks leading up to the election. Download a copy of the scorecard, HERE.