Former Young Democrats of America Executive Vice-President Chris Anderson has announced that he is running for a seat on the Chattanooga City Council. The election is on March 5 of 2013. Chris’ announcement has been covered in the Times Free Press and Nooga.com. Chris Anderson, a lifelong Chattanooga-area resident and director of food and beverage […]

Jefferson Smith, one of the co-founders of The Bus Project, has announced his candidacy for Mayor of Portland. He currently sits in the Oregon House of Representatives. Jefferson was one of the major figures of the progressive youth movement during the aughts, and it is great to see our leaders advance in the world of […]

In an effort to start a real national push for green jobs, U.S. Senate candidate Rodney Glassman today joined the newly minted EnergizeUS coalition, comprised of candidates running for office across the country — each committed to pursuing policies to expand alternative energy jobs and keep America secure. The EnergizeUS coalition pledges not just to […]

Despite the chatter from the punditry, yesterday was a big day for Millennials. While they focus on two races with candidates that ignored the youth vote and wonder why turnout did not match 2008′s all time high, a number of young people won local elections throughout the country. In New York, Young Democrats of America […]

Garth Corriveau, the President of the New Hampshire Young Democrats, has filed to run for Alderman in Manchester’s Sixth Ward. It’s great to see the leaders in the Young Democrats organization running for office, and I strongly encourage you to become a fan of Garth’s Facebook page. While you are at it, you should also […]

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