“… yet only 30% of young people say they were contacted directly by a campaign.”
Ok. That’s an interesting stat but it lacks any context. Is that significantly better or worse than the contact rates for any other age cohort?
Overall I’d say “Good luck to ya!” but I’m also going to mention that your post here is essentially the same as what the folks that created the “Coffee Party” started with (although their’s wasn’t focused on millennials) back in 2010.
That *might be* a good case study for you to look at and learn from their mistakes.