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Monday, June 15 • 7:00pm - 8:00pm
#2016: A Millennial Town Hall Presented by The Washington Post
Millennials are changing the face of politics: they have been a deciding factor in the past two presidential elections. Following in the steps of last year’s Town Hall, Decision #2016, presented by the Washington Post, will be a lively discussion of the issues and concerns that will take center stage in the 2016 election.

Moderators
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Elahe Izadi

Journalist, The Washington Post

Speakers
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Jamelle Bouie

Journalist, Slate
Jamelle Bouie is a staff writer for Slate Magazine where he covers on politics, policy, and race. He is based in Washington D.C., and has had work in The American Prospect, The Daily Beast, The Atlantic, and the New Yorker.​ He is a native of Virginia Beach, Virginia, and attended the University of Virginia, where he graduated with degrees in political thought and government.
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Steven Cruz

Millennial Spokesperson, The Libre Initiative
Steven Cruz is the Millennial Spokesperson for The LIBRE Initiative, the largest national conservative Hispanic outreach group in the country.  Steven works on LIBRE’s projects across the country to engage the US Hispanic community and advance the principles of economic freedom as the pathway to prosperity and wellbeing. He started with the LIBRE Initiative in June 2012, helping manage grassroots operations across the country and... Read More →
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Steven Olikara

Co-Founder, Millennial Action Project
Steven Olikara is Co-Founder and President of the Millennial Action Project (MAP), a national organization dedicated ​to activating a movement of Millennial ​policymakers​ and leaders​ to​ revitalize American political leadership. He was the driving force behind establishing the ​bipartisan ​Congressional Future Caucus, the nation’s first Millennial-led caucus in the U.S. Congress. MAP's work ​in Congress... Read More →
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Matthew Segal

Co-Founder, OurTime and ATTN:
Matthew Segal is the co-founder and executive editor of Attn:, a new media company with a mission to inform, educate, and empower the millennial generation as well as encourage social change. In this capacity, he oversees daily commentary, videos, and news articles that break down important issues worthy of his generation’s attention and civic involvement. Previously, Matthew was the co-founder and president... Read More →
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Sunlen Serfaty

National Correspondent, CNN
Sunlen Serfaty is a national correspondent with CNN Newsource based in Washington, D.C. Serfaty's extensive on-air, production and written expertise in news and politics, as well as Emmy award-winning coverage of President Barack Obama's 2008 campaign, complements CNN Newsource and its offerings for its more than 800 affiliates. Prior to joining CNN Newsource, Serfaty worked as a White House and Senate reporter for ABC News, where her work was... Read More →

Partners
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GVH Live

GVH Live is a digital media startup. We pride ourselves on our independence and represent no political bias. We believe that exchanging information, and fostering debate and discussion can create a positive impact on the world and we work to ensure that Millennials have this opportunity.

Sponsors
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The Washington Post

The Washington Post



Monday June 15, 2015 7:00pm - 8:00pm
The Washington Post 1150 15th Street NW, Washington DC 20071