1. You Voted!
You came out in record numbers to vote In the midterm election, rejecting election deniers and strengthening democracy. Young voters really stepped up—and Maxwell Frost, 25, of Florida was elected the first-ever Gen Z member of Congress.
You were particularly impressive in Georgia, where only about 37,000 votes separated the two Senate candidates in the general election. When we toured the state this fall, 16,000 of you signed a pledge to vote—and then you followed through. You made a huge difference on November 8 and then again in the runoff.