The United States is on its way to becoming a minority-majority nation. While the faces of voters continue to diversify rapidly, those leading American politics have not. Seventy-one percent of elected officials are men, 90 percent are white, and 65 percent are white men. How can we create a government that is more reflective of the American population? Annette Blackwell, Mayor of Maple Heights, Shontel Brown, County Council Representative for District 9 and Tiffany Roberts, President of Turning Point USA at Cleveland State University explain in this Youth Forum.