Meet 15 Of The Most Persuasive Millennial Politicians and Activists in America
Micgoat’s 🏆 🐐 list of The Most Persuasive Millennial Politicians and Activists in America highlights individuals who are making an exceptional work for American politics & society not letting editorial noise get in their way. In particular, we seek to reward those who champion the principles of free speech and modern debate with some charisma, humor and intellect.
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Micgoat has selected 30 millennials whose voice will make the greatest impact on political and social issues in 2018 :
🏆 1. Charlie Kirk
Conservative. Director of @TPUSA — Turning Point USA’s mission is to educate students about the importance of fiscal responsibility, free markets, and limited government. Through non-partisan debate, dialogue, and discussion, Turning Point USA believes that every young person can be enlightened to true free market values.
2. James Damore
Centrist. Former Google engineer and author of the pro-diversity #GoogleMemo. He was fired for claims that Google unfairly discriminates against white men whose political views are unpopular with its executives. Damore describes himself as a nerd centrist interested in open discussions and improving the world by fixing perverse incentive structures.
3. Yasmin Radjy
Democrat. Co-Founder of Resistance School created by Harvard graduate students aimed at countering President Trump’s agenda. Radjy serves also as a Director of organizing and training at Planned Parenthood Federation of America and Planned Parenthood Action.
4. Diante Johnson
Conservative. Founder of Black Conservative Foundation, a millennial-targeted organization that promotes policies that lead to economic stability, educational opportunities, and community service and leadership.
After being cut-off by CNN he released a statement saying that the media outlet “does not want their viewers to know that there are many black Americans who espouse conservative principles and reject the theory of racial victimhood.”
5. Antonia Okafor
Conservative. CEO/Co-founder of @empowered_2a and political commentator. Antonia Okafor is one of the country’s foremost advocates of concealed carry on campus.
6. Michael Knowles
Conservative. Author of The New York Times Best-Seller List with a book called “Reasons To Vote For Democrats: A Comprehensive Guide,” which was endorsed by President Trump in the early months of his administration. The book’s pages were all blank, but Knowles went on to become a political commentator and managing editor for Ben Shapiro’s site, The Daily Wire.
7. Alexandra Chandler
Democrat. Transgender Military Intelligence analyst running for Congress. She represents the 3rd District of Massachusetts in the U.S. House of Representatives.
8. Emily Cherniack
Democrat. Founder of New Politics is a bipartisan organization helping bring a new generation of leadership to politics by helping promising servant leaders run for public office.
9. Lawrence Jones III
Conservative. Lawrence Jones III is an author, political commentator and investigative journalist . He hosts his own program on TheBlaze Radio Network and is a host for TheBlaze TV.
10. Julie Emerson
11. Suraj Patel
Democrat. Co-Founder of The Arena , entrepreneur, activist, lawyer, and ethics professor living in New York’s 12th Congressional District.
12. Tomi Lahren
Conservative. Lahren, 25, who reportedly lost her job at TheBlaze for publicly supporting pro-choice views during a guest appearance on “The View,” sued her former employer for wrongful termination. Meanwhile, she became a Fox News contributor and spokeswoman for Great America Alliance.
13. Betsy Hoover
Democrat. Co-Founder of Higher Ground Labs is building an ecosystem for progressive political technology. We provide capital, assistance, programming, and mentorship to talented individuals and early stage companies who are building the next generation of progressive political technology that can help win campaigns.
14. Gus Portela
Conservative. Director of external affairs and operations at the Hispanic Leadership Fund in Washington, D.C. Portela has worked extensively to foster online engagement about voting among millennials and has been actively involved in several major political campaigns, including Rick Santorum’s presidential primary campaign in 2012.
15. Rep.Niraj Antani
Republican. He is the youngest-serving member in the Ohio House. He received the Legislator of the Year award from the AMVETS organization in Ohio for helping veterans and the Distinguished Government Service Award by the Ohio Association of Career Colleges and Schools for his work to make higher education more accessible to the middle class
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