Ohioans ages 18-29 showed up at the polls for the midterm elections last year, increasing their turnout by roughly 16% from the previous midterms in 2014.
But their Baby Boomer counterparts are still more likely to cast a ballot.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher: mobilizing the youth vote.
- Jen Tolentino, Vice President of Impact & Innovation Rock The Vote
- Jen Miller, Executive Director, Leauge of Women Voters of Ohio
- Jan Leighley, Professor, Department of Government American University