This election marks a new era for millennial voters. For the first time in history, this generation will outnumber Baby Boomers in size, and potentially, in influence.
In the weeks leading up to Election Day, NBC News is taking a closer look at millennials in a new series: “Red, White and You.”
From deep dives into issues that matter to profiles of young voters driving change, “Red, White and You” shines a light on the generation that could decide who becomes the next president of the United States.
These stories appear on "The TODAY Show," "Nightly News with Lester Holt" and MSNBC. Check out "Red, White and You" on Amazon Fire TV and the Amazon Echo for more exclusive content. "Red, White and You" is sponsored by Amazon.
To access the series on Amazon Fire, follow the steps below:
- Open Amazon Fire and select “Search”
- Type “NBC News” into the search menu
- Install the NBC News app and select “Open”
- Navigate to the left hand menu and select “News”
- Scroll down to the “Red, White and You” Playlist
To access the series in the Amazon Echo, follow the steps below:
- Open the Alexa app on a mobile device
- Tap the navigation panel and open “Skills”
- Search for “NBC News Red White and You”
- Select “Enable skill”
- Say “Alexa, what’s my flash briefing?”
Check out more of our "Red, White and You" stories here:
- What Would it Take to Rig an Election?
- Clinton Enthusiasm Gap is Challenge for Attracting Young Black Voters
- Black Millennials Want to Hear About Issues
- Are Millennials Motivated to Turn Out to Vote on Election Day?
- Latino, Muslim Democrats from Unlikely Partnerships to Get Out the Vote
- LGBT Activists in North Carolina Get Out the Vote
- How Do Millennial Moms Feel About the Presidential race?
- Otterbein Students Address 2016 Election
- How Does Social Media Influence Your View of the Election?
- Here’s What Moms Want to Hear from Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump
- How is Social Media Changing 2016 Race?