You’re about to meet 30 women—all 30 or under—who will change the course of the 2016 election.
They come from across the country and across the political spectrum. One is a Dreamer in charge of Latino outreach for Hillary Clinton. Another is a Republican who won a seat in the New Hampshire legislature at the age of 19.
They’re fighting for issues as diverse as their backgrounds. Social justice. Debt-free college. Immigrant rights. A livable minimum wage. Answering climate change. Stopping campus sexual assault.
And they charted different paths to politics. One came out as transgender in her school newspaper and became a national advocate for LGBT equality. Another is a 22-year-old Muslim who posted a response to Donald Trump and became a viral sensation, a voice for tolerance and inclusion.
Together, they reflect a young, multicultural America—a group that will help determine who wins the White House and then will chart the future of the country.
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