As the country reflects on the implications of these elections in addition to a political insurrection that took place in the U. Capitol the same day the Georgia races were called , Teen Vogue speaks with Georgia-based experts and organizers about the impact Gen Z has had on the runoff elections and what the races mean for Georgia politics and voter mobilization in the South. Sign up for our politics newsletter, the Teen Vogue Take! An estimated 23, teenagers weren't old enough to vote for president in , but turned 18 in time to cast their ballots in Georgia earlier this week. Malika Redmond, cofounder and executive director of Women Engaged : We know that when [Black members of Gen Z] have been [able] to connect the dots between the issues that are important in their lives and going to vote and not compartmentalizing that… Even for the runoffs, we saw new voters who participated. Organizers say the generation is an enthusiastic political group and is very vocal about what it wants from candidates it supports.
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Halsey has been changing up her hair what feels like every week now — but hey, we're not complaining. It's super-fun to see the singer switch up her look so often, and she's been doing so easily with various different wigs, including the platinum blonde number she wore most recently. This weekend, though, the pop star is sporting a neon blue look with bangs, which she casually revealed in a makeup tutorial using products from her new brand, About-Face. The "Without Me" singer revealed all of the products she used both in the tutorial itself, as well as on her Instagram Stories.
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