The confab is advertised as “bringing together hundreds of college democrat leaders from across the United States. These conventions typically consist of notable democratic speakers, in-depth training seminars, informational panels and organizational elections and business meetings” (italics added).
Evidently so! Look at the vast throng of college Democrats attending the confab:
Discussing the Millennial generation, Spillane observed:
…the current political landscape isn’t that inspiring and people are frustrated with politics. I believe the Millennial Generation is getting [feces] done, they just happen to be doing it outside of the political system right now and we need to be impressing the importance of participating in civics in order to get them more involved in the process.
From another angle, take a look at that "all":
I didn’t come here with any talking points, I don’t have a speech, I don’t have a candidate yet, but I do have an empty chair. I want you to start thinking about filling this seat.
Regarding the CDA confab, not only is its webpage out of date, but it also appears the Millennials have already voted...with their feet.
There is hope!
Let the discussion begin...
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