“Unlike previous generations, Gen-Yer’s favor innovation and change. Just as we embrace new technology, so too will we embrace a new political system.”
– Hawk Mikado
The Californian Politics.
California’s primaries are the most unpredictable in America. Almost a decade ago, California was known for its extremely left-wing Democrats and its extremely right-wing Republicans. But today we are seeing a new variety of political leanings in the Golden State. Millennials do everything differently and politics is no exception. The average millennial does not identify with any one political party. They are pro-entrepreneurship yet not republican, and they support human rights but are not democrats.
While voter turnout among this group is notoriously low, it is not because they are apathetic or disinterested. To the contrary, Gen-Yer’s are so passionate they refuse to support a cause they do not agree with.
According to Hawk Mikado, it is the millennial mindset that will fix America’s polarized system.
“Unlike previous generations, Gen-Yer’s favor innovation and change. Just as we embrace new technology, so too will we embrace a new political system…”
…says Mikado, a pro-business millennial who is one of the many Gen-Yer’s fighting to get career politicians out of the way to create true and lasting freedom for the future. Mikado has been called “the voice of the new generation” as his leanings resonate strongly with young people today. Like many his age, Mikado struggled to find a political party that truly resonated with his values and beliefs. Since he had both conservative leanings on economic issues and liberal leanings on social issues, he knew the old two-party system was outdated and frankly obsolete.