Young Elected Officials at the White House
Recently, the White House hosted 200 young elected officials from 40 states for a series of briefings and a reception where the President stopped by. Afterwards, many young officials took to Twitter to talk about their day at the White House. Throughout the day, we spoke with a few of the elected officials about what it meant to hear directly from the President and why they would encourage other young people to run for office. Here is what Oregon State Representative Jefferson Smith, Colorado City Councilman Chris Herndon, and Nebraska State Senator Amanda McGill had to say.
There are more videos to come, so check the Intergovernmental Affairs website in the next few days to hear from more young elected officials.
Michael Block is the Assistant Director of Intergovernmental Affairs.
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