Students across the U.S. plan walk-outs to vote in midterm elections
The details: The walk-outs, organized by the Future Coalition, a network of over 20 youth-led organizations across the country, are set to begin at 10 a.m. The campaign is meant to "send a message to politicians ... that young people are unified in our demand for change," the founder of the coalition, Katie Eder, told CNBC. Voting among young people age 18-29 surged in the primaries this year. Go deeper: 12 young people tell New York Magazine why they may not vote this year.