In 2020, between 3 and 4 million 18- to 21-year-olds will cast their first votes for president of the United States. These young people will have grown up largely knowing two chief executives—arguably our nation’s most diametrically opposite, back-to-back presidents ever.
So what does this coming-of-age generation value in a leader? How do they define “presidential greatness”?
For those who couldn't attend last week's POLIS event featuring Congressman David Price (D-NC) and former Congressman David Dreier (R-NC), here's Duke MPP student Kristen Jensen's write-up in "Duke Today":
This event was a reminder that despite the prevalence of partisanship throughout our country, many people are working hard to bridge the divide. And as we've witnessed time and time again, far more can be achieved united than divided. ... See MoreSee Less