In the two years between the 2018 midterms and the 2020 election, some 8 million more Post-Millennials (aka Generation Z) will reach voting age. That’s how Generation Z is quickly becoming the biggest voting block since the baby boomers. And they’re ready to take on democracy.

But guess what? These 18 and 19 year-olds won’t agree on everything, nor did any generation before them. It’s the fact they’re speaking up that bodes well for the nation because …

This IS how democracy works.

So, If you’re one of those 8 million, go register! Every State handles that process differently so search for Voter Registration + your State. Better yet, if you’re in one of the 37 states that let you register online, you can do it right now by going to


The Millennial and Post-Millennial vote was  about 31% in the 2018 midterms, up 10% compared to the midterms of 2014. In the Presidential election, which always has higher vote totals than midterms, just over 50% of those between 18 and 29 voted. If Millennials (born 1981-1995) and Generation Z (born after 1995)  turned that 50% into 60 or 70%, the youth of our nation  could literally change the world.