Nada is a senior at the George Washington University getting her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. She is interning with the Center for American Progress on the Early Childhood team, working primarily on issues of child care affordability and access.
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October 25, 2019
The 2018 elections succeeded in yielding the highest young voter turnout for a midterm election in the past 25 years. The upward trend continues as a new Harvard study shows that 43% of young people are likely to vote in the primaries for the 2020 presidential race, compared to just 36% in 2016. With record numbers of young people becoming politically engaged since the 2016 election, we’ve been outspoken on topics like gun control, climate change, and student debt. However, young people’s voices are lacking on a critical issue: child care. Young millennial parents are currently grappling with...