A new CIRCLE white paper outlines inequities in who is encouraged to seek elected office, and how we can support more young candidates.
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A new CIRCLE report based on a survey of students and educators in the state offers major findings and recommendations for more effective and equitable civic learning.
In recent elections, young people's participation in this perennially competitive state has been strong, and could be decisive in 2022 if youth are supported.
The Wisconsin governor's race is #1 in our Youth Electoral Significance Index ranking of elections where youth can have a decisive impact.
An article from our Deputy Director Abby Kiesa and partners at CERG in the latest issue of Social Education
Young people who work at the polls learn about the voting process, acquire skills, and support electoral participation in their communities.
CIRCLE’s updated, exclusive data-based rankings of the races where youth can influence results seek to expand conversations about young people’s role in elections.
Media can play a key role in young people's civic development and engagement, especially when civic organizations give youth opportunities to turn information to action.
However, among youth ages 18-19, most states are far behind their 2018 numbers.