#TEENVOTE2020

"Late last year, we sent out an application to see who wanted to be part of our first-ever Voter Committee. Between now and November 3, they’ll serve as our sounding board on the debates, the primaries, the candidate dustups, and much more. Meet the inaugural Teen Vogue Voter Committee here, in the first piece of our comprehensive #TeenVote2020 coverage, which we’ll be rolling out all year."


 

Latest Installment:

The First Presidential Debate Was 'Unproductive,’ Teens Say

Teen Vogue’s Teen Vote committee weighed in on the first presidential debate between President Trump and Joe Biden in Cleveland.

August Installment: 

Lessons From the Coronavirus Pandemic, According to Teen Vogue’s Voter Committee

As part of our #teenvote2020 project, our 12-person committee weighs in on how the events of 2020 will shape U.S. politics.

June Installment: 

Black Lives Matter Protests Are a Reckoning, ‘Teen Vogue’ Voter Committee Says

As part of our #teenvote2020 project, our 12-person committee shares what they've experienced during recent uprisings against police brutality.

May Installment:


As part of our #teenvote2020 project, our 12-person committee shares their thoughts on Joe Biden being the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee.

April Installment:


As part of our #teenvote2020 project, our 12-person committee shares their thoughts on some of the most powerful politicians in the United States.

March Installment:


As part of our #teenvote2020 project, our 12-person committee weighs in on how politicians are responding to the coronavirus crisis in their states. 

February Installment:


As part of our #teenvote2020 project, our 12-person committee weighs in on the youth vote and barriers to getting involved in elections. 

January Installment:


As part of our #TeenVote2020 project, 12 young people will be our sounding board for all things related to the presidential campaign.

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