Passionate about youth civic engagement and voter participation?
Want to be part of the effort to make SF the first city to expand voting rights to 16 and 17 year olds?
We are seeking young leaders ages 14-19 to serve as Organizer-Fellows September 2015-June 2015
Learn more and access the application here (PDF).
Youth Commissioners adopted a resolution in January 2015, urging the expansion of voting rights to 16 and 17 year olds in municipal and school district elections. In March 2015, members of the SF Board of Supervisors introduced a charter amendment that would lower SF’s voting age to 16. Check out the Vote16SF website for updates and recent press on this issue, or to learn how to get involved! You can also check out the Vote16SF FAQ’s here (PDF), as well as a powerpoint (PDF) and footage (Link) from the Youth Commission’s presentations to the Board of Supervisors Rules committee on June 8, 2015 and their presentation to the Board of Supervisors Budget & Finance committee May 20, 2015 (PDF)