Newsletters

Quarterly newsletters provide our young elected officials the opportunity to share innovative ideas, policy resources, YEO profiles, information about upcoming events, and new research from our strategic partners.

Click here to subscribe to the YEO Frontline News, our quarterly publication.

 

Newsletter_Q1_2014YEO Frontline News: Q1, 2014
West Virginia Delegate Meshea Poore helps her community in the wake of massive chemical spill, YEOs take leadership on economic justice policy across the country, Michigan utilizes immigration to rejuvenate the state, Carl Sciortino goes to the Supreme Court, Wisconsin’s Mandela Barnes works to battle election deception, Comm. Chris Jackson meets with President Obama about Education Equality, YEOs Tlaib, West, and Turley take public service to new heights, and National Convening 2014 in Los Angeles is almost full.

 

Newsletter_Q4YEO Frontline News: Q4, 2013
PA State Director Natalia Rudiak recruits over 50 potential new YEOs, YEO can join teleconferences on teacher quality and community engagement,  YEOs across the country tackle immigration and voting rights, Commissioner Andrew Londre pushes for weekend voting, and Rep. Matt Lesser mentors college students.

 

Newsletter_Q3YEO Frontline News: Q3, 2013
YEOs connect at the YEO National Convening, partners provide resources for Community Schools and Health Insurance, North Carolina YEOs deal with changing voting laws, and we feature Evan Low’s work to stop FDA bans and Heather Mizeur breaking barriers in Maryland.

 

YEO Frontline News, Q2 2013YEO Frontline News: Q2, 2013
YEOs report on their 2013 policy priorities and make successful efforts on women’s health, energy and environment, and economic development. We spotlight School Board Member Elizabeth Romero Toledo and Jakada Imani from the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights.

 

YEO Frontline News Q1, 2013YEO Frontline News: Q1, 2013
YEOs work on innovative education policy, fight for common sense gun control policy, and share policy on a voter’s bill of rights. We spotlight Mark Ferrandino, the first openly-LGBT Colorado Speaker of the House, and Amanda McGill’s policy efforts pulled from the 2012 YEO Policy Book.

 

 

 

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