Rallying students to fight voter suppression.
Students For Tomorrow is an Atlanta-based non-profit that’s rallying Republican and Democratic students alike to vote. Learn more about our on-the-ground ground campaign by clicking below.
Working Towards A More Equitable Tomorrow
Despite making up the largest eligible voting bloc in America, students today still aren’t being represented in government. Studies show that people under the age of 34 make up more than 34% of the vote but just 6% of elected officials. This means that students’ ideas, morals, and policy opinions are being largely ignored in ‘our’ democracy. So we’re working through a completely student-led coalition to make government equitable for all ages. Support the movement here.
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Building a Nationwide Coalition of Students
We can’t win back our democracy alone. So that’s why we’re building a nationwide coalition of millions of students to help us. We’re uniting people from all walks of life to pass legislation that benefits all youth. Today, Students For Tomorrow is at the heart of over 40 established, student-run political organizations and over 200 high school political action clubs. To them, we provide software, financial backing, volunteers, and any resources they need to expand the fight.
A bipartisan group of Georgia teens is trying to flip the Senate by enlisting thousands of students to vote in the January runoffs
A bipartisan group of Georgia teens, StudentsForTomorrow, wants to help flip the Senate by enlisting thousands of students to vote in the January runoffs.
The future of the Senate rests on the battle for two senate seats in Georgia… Democrats are eyeing a possible flip in their favor while Republicans are determined to defend a GOP majority. Nightline co-anchor Byron Pitts reports on the state of politics.
In less than a month, two crucial runoff elections in Georgia will decide which political party controls the U.S. Senate. And a group of high school influencers in the state are determined to make a difference.
“With the country’s highest youth voter turnout, Georgia’s young people played a key role in the 2020 election. It came down to grassroots organizing by groups such as Students for Tomorrow, who made innovative social media moves and hired younger volunteers to help young voters see themselves in politics.”
Students For Tomorrow
StudentsForTomorrow is a student-led 501(c)4 organization (filling) that aims to have youth (those under 34) elected directly into office.
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