Reps. Jeramey Anderson and Toby Barker celebrate the kick off of the Future Caucus in millennial fashion — with a group selfie. Also there were Reps. Joel Bomgar, Ron McNeal, Robert Foster, Jarvis Dortch and Noah Sanford and Steven Olikara and Chrisse Eatmon of the Millennial Action Project staff.
Reps. Jeramey Anderson and Toby Barker celebrate the kick off of the Future Caucus in millennial fashion — with a group selfie. Also there were Reps. Joel Bomgar, Ron McNeal, Robert Foster, Jarvis Dortch and Noah Sanford and Steven Olikara and Chrisse Eatmon of the Millennial Action Project staff. Courtesy Millennial Action Project File
Reps. Jeramey Anderson and Toby Barker celebrate the kick off of the Future Caucus in millennial fashion — with a group selfie. Also there were Reps. Joel Bomgar, Ron McNeal, Robert Foster, Jarvis Dortch and Noah Sanford and Steven Olikara and Chrisse Eatmon of the Millennial Action Project staff. Courtesy Millennial Action Project File

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