The Times podcast: The Gen Z vote battle

Tuesday’s midterms are among the most momentous elections in decades. As Democrats and Republicans battle for power, there is one group of millions of eligible voters who want both parties badly: Generation Z.


Experts point out that this generation is on track to be better educated, more ethnically diverse and more liberal than others. That seems to bode well for the Democratic Party and doom for the Republicans. But both parties are wondering: will Gen Z actually go to the polls?

Read the full transcript here.

Host: Gustave Arellano

Guests: Arit John, LA Times contributor

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