Take pride in your vote!

This is our mission

In 2018, NextGen America ran the largest youth vote program in American history across 11 battleground states. Our program registered over 257,000 young people to vote and reached over 7 million young people between 18 and 35 years old in person, online, through the mail, and over text. NextGen’s organizing efforts led to young people voting at record rates — flipping the House of Representatives and electing progressive champions at every level of government across the country.

Together, we showed the world just what can happen when young people take charge and speak out at the ballot box — and we’re not done yet. We are organizing day in and out to stand up to Donald Trump and the Republican Party’s corruption and bigotry and make progress on the issues facing our generation. The #youthvote is taking action in upcoming elections like our lives depend on it. Because they do.

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NextGen America

NextGen America
Hannah, Mobilization Director
Stories from the Field
"After the Charlottesville protest, we mobilized a group of students to get out and register new voters. 12 hours later, we were sitting in a Waffle House and had just counted 600 completed forms. We rejoiced knowing we were organizing youth for change."

Stories from the Field

About Us

NextGen America acts politically to prevent climate disaster, promote prosperity, and protect the fundamental rights of every American.

We organize our work around these issues:


Protecting our climate for a healthier, more prosperous future. 


We stand with America’s founding fathers for a nation that welcomes immigrants and respects their rights. 


Fighting to protect equal rights, opportunities, and dignity for all. 

Health Care

It’s a human right. We’ll continue to fight for women’s reproductive rights and affordable health care. 


Americans value freedom — and real freedom requires an economy that works for everyone. 

What inspired me to get involved is the gun violence we're facing in schools. My younger sister lost a friend in the Parkland shooting, and as someone who wants to be a teacher, I worry about it daily.


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