The White House has stayed away from TikTok because of national security concerns related to its Chinese parent company. But Biden's campaign has now jumped in because that's where young voters are.
Voters under 30 tend to lean left of center overall and could make a major difference for Democratic candidates. Will they turn out in strong enough numbers to help President Biden win reelection?
Democrats are counting on young voters to come out in big numbers in 2024. And strategists say a strong online presence is a key way to keep them engaged. Which in part means, here come the memes.
Vice President Harris has been holding events at the White House and around the country on gun violence prevention. It's part of an effort to reach young voters and voters of color.
Vice President Harris gave her most extensive comments to date on the fighting in Gaza, emphatically calling on Israel to do more to protect civilians.
Young voters lean toward Democrats but amid the U.S. response to the Israel-Hamas war, many Gen Z and millennial Americans are trying to find where they fit in the party - if at all.
As another major election inches closer, Democrats are navigating how TikTok fits into their 2024 campaign strategy, as the social media platform continues to be a top destination for young Americans.
Gun safety measures have stalled in Congress. Advocates have long pushed for a White House office to elevate the issue and coordinate administration efforts to reduce gun violence.
Climate change is a major issue for young voters, but so far, it has not been a major mobilizing force in U.S. elections. Some environmental action groups see that changing.
Gen Z and millennial voters should dominate the electorate in coming years. A new poll from the Sine Institute, exclusively obtained by NPR, shows how 18-34 year old Americans feel about the future.