Washington, D.C. – Today, Congresswoman Elise Stefanik (R-NY-21), Chair of the House Republican Policy Committee’s Millennial Task Force, released a report of her committee’s findings during the 114th Congress titled, “Millennials & the GOP: Rebuilding Trust with an Untapped Electorate.”

“The goal of the Millennial Task Force is to inform and develop smart strategies to address the challenges facing the generation of Americans born between the years 1980-2000, known as millennials,” said Congresswoman Stefanik. “As a millennial, I am honored to serve as Chair of this Task Force as we develop 21st Century solutions to issues facing this pivotal generation.”

“The success of this country depends upon investing in younger generations now so that they can contribute to our future. Our Task Force spent the past Congress listening to expert witnesses, and most importantly, to millennials. Millennials have a unique perspective that can help craft a vision for our nation and a framework for how we can construct an empowerment economy. I believe millennials are an optimistic generation. They can teach us to once again be a leading voice in the world.”

Congresswoman Stefanik and the Millennial Task Force held four hearings over the past Congress in Washington, D.C. and in New York’s 21st district. Click here for a digital copy of the Millennial Task Force Report.