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Millennials are now the largest and most diverse generation in California. With 4 million potential young voters, we have the power to decide issues that really matter to us and our communities. Together, we can reshape our future.

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Join Our Team! YVote Hiring Communications Manager

August 31, 2017

Join Our Team! YVote Hiring Communications Manager

YVote seeks a talented, innovative and energetic communications leader to develop effective communications strategies and infrastructure that will help our network 1.) reach and engage hundreds of thousands of young voters, 2.) shift perceptions and beliefs about young voters of color and 3.) build a powerful voice for young voters to impact issues that matter most to them and their communities. Click link for more details:

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Meet the New Majority Fellows

August 30, 2017

We are excited to announce the launch of our “New Majority Fellowship” — a new statewide program training the next generation of progressive community leaders in electoral organizing.

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The New Majority Fellowship, a joint project with Mobilize the Immigrant Vote, is a 17-month internship program that trains young people in electoral organizing to build power and create lasting change in their communities. Fellows receive hands-on experience running electoral campaigns to engage and mobilize their peers on issues that they care about.

Meet these amazing young people here.

Electoral Organizing Boot Camps

August 30, 2017

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In August, Yvote and Mobilize the Immigrant Vote brought together over 70 organizers from 30 organizations across California for two 3-day Electoral Organizing Trainings. The boot camps trained young people color, immigrants and refugee organizers in how to run voter engagement campaigns in their communities to build power and transform the electoral landscape in California. You can see picture from the bootcamp on our Facebook page.

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