Posted by Al Benninghoff on March 28, 2016 at 1:31 PM
New Report Shows Millennial and Minority Voters Face Huge Obstacles at the Polls
Young people are far likelier to face wait times to vote than their older counterparts, and may find themselves largely locked out of primary voting because of laws limiting participation to a party system that turns millennials off, a new study finds.
New York University School of Law's Brennan Center for Justice teamed up Craig Newmark of craigconnects and Craigslist to survey 1,006 people over the age of 18, and found that millennials face numerous obstacles to voting — and will continue to without significant reform. The Brennan Center gave Mic an exclusive first look at their analysis.