Tag: Millennials

Scott PowersDecember 6, 2018

Winter Park’s U.S. Rep. Stephanie Murphy has received another leadership role in Congress, elected chair of “Future Forum,” a caucus of young Democrats in Congress seeking to pursue positions of interest to millennials. Murphy’s office announced Thursday that she was unanimously elected to head the 50-member group of young Democrats in Congress, just over a […]

Scott PowersJanuary 25, 2018

A national organization aimed at supporting progressive, millennial Democrats featured Florida House District 47 candidate Anna Eskamani among four endorsed candidates introduced in a national press call Thursday. Eskamani was joined by candidates running for a city council seat in Costa Mesa, Calif., a district judge’s bench in Austin, Texas, and a county judge’s office […]

Larry GriffinOctober 25, 2016

A new push by SEIU Florida aims to get African-American and Hispanic voters out to the polls through a $510,000 investment on radio and digital ads. The campaign is a coordinated effort through PICO National Network, Faith in Florida, FLIC Votes, Organize Now, and New Florida Majority. Ads geared towards African-American voters revolve around the Souls to the […]

Jenna Buzzacco-FoersterSeptember 20, 2016

Hillary Clinton has some “real talk” for voters thinking about staying home on Election Day. The Clinton campaign released a new, 60-second radio spot Tuesday aimed at African-American millennial voters. The advertisement attempts to lay out the importance of voting, and encourages listeners to register to vote. “It’s almost election time again. Thinking about staying […]

Scott PowersAugust 22, 2016

Millennial entrepreneurs may be different, business sociology theory tells us, seeking a rich social-open-office-loose-collaboration-with-video-gaming-on-breaks environment, with more than a touch of serious business mentoring, but on a more casual basis. At least that’s what U.S. Rep. Patrick Murphy was being advised in his exploration of a tech startup cooperative in Orlando, seeking to plug in […]

Scott PowersMarch 31, 2016

Huge immigration over the past 40 years have made Hispanics America’s largest minority group but the next wave is Asian immigrants, and they will overtake Hispanic immigration in coming decades, according to a new report from the Pew Research Center. What’s more, millennials might already be the nation’s largest generation, surpassing baby boomers. Women breadwinners continue […]


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