Young Voters Turn Out in Record Numbers for the 2020 US Election


LOS ANGELES (Eagle News Service) — In this 2020 presidential election, a record number of young voters made their way to the voting polls or dropped off their ballots.

Among these young voters include millennials who were born between 1985 and 1995, and Gen Zers who were born in and after 1996.  Many first time voters participated in this election eager to have a voice in the decisions on laws and propositions that would change and shape the future of our nation for years to come.

As for the election update by the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk’s Office, there were 5,709,853 voters who registered in the county with 2,555,605 vote by mail ballots and 826,938 vote center ballots counted so far.  More updates to be given in the coming days.

With all the unprecedented events that have occurred in 2020 alone, it has shown us Americans the important role our government plays in our lives, prompting many to make it a point to cast their votes and have their voices heard.

(Eagle News Service)