01 Nov Does My Vote Count?
A lesson in American history and government from Bob McEwen and a plea to “IDK” millennials (and other confused, apathetic and undecided voters) to join a party and vote from Katie Thompson.
About Bob McEwen
Bob McEwen is Senior Advisor with the nationally recognized law firm of Greenebaum, Doll & McDonald. An Ohio native, Bob McEwen represented Ohio in the United States House of Representatives for six terms. Prior to his Congressional service, he operated a successful Ohio Real Estate and Development firm as well as serving three terms in the Ohio General Assembly as the Senior Republican on the Financial Institutions and Insurance Committee.
Rep. McEwen served as Chairman of the Environmental Affairs task force of the United States delegation to the European Parliament. McEwen was selected by the Democratic leadership of the U.S. Congress as the chief spokesman for the United States in discussions with European Green Party and other Environmental Organizations.
About Katie Thompson
Katie Thompson is the editor of Shared Justice, The Center for Public Justice’s online publication for millennials. She also serves on behalf of CPJ as a steering committee member of Faith for Just Lending, a coalition dedicated to ending predatory payday lending. In 2015, Thompson co-authored Unleashing Opportunity: Why Escaping Poverty Requires a Shared Vision of Justice with Michael Gerson and Stephanie Summers. Thompson is a graduate of Gordon College in Wenham, Massachusetts.