A voter takes advantage of the DCCC's "Cycle of Engagement Initiative" which provides greater access to voting for people of color. (Courtesy of DCCC)
Courtesy of DCCC

The D.C. Democratic Women’s Club will hold a virtual town hall Wednesday on the importance of voting among younger generations.

The virtual event — titled “The Power of Next: How to Raise Our Voice Through Votes!” — aims to educate millennials and Generation Z (ages 18-39) on the importance of exercising their political clout, the club said in a statement.

The town hall begins at 8 p.m. EST and is open to the public.

The panel includes Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes; Jennifer Blemur, president of the DC Young Democrats; Adrianna Williams, national lead co-chair of Black Students for Biden; Madison Welborn, Gen Z student activist of Montgomery County, Md.; Nia Evans, New York activist with the Harlem Children’s Zone; and Tulsi Lohani, lead student coordinator, Voice of the Empowered.

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