'The young vote becomes the old vote, eventually, and lasts for generations'

ATLANTA — Young voters in Georgia made their voices heard in the 2020 presidential election. Georgia had one of the highest turnouts in the nation for voters between the ages of 18 and 29, according to Tuft University’s Center for Information & Research on Civic Learning and Engagement. About 15% of Georgia voters were born after 1991, according to data analyzed by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. We spoke to six young people who are actively engaged in Georgia politics. “We’re not pushing a set of ideals; we’re pushing for the best of Black people.” — Kiana Jackson, Georgia regional organize…

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