It was only a matter of time before the 2016 U.S. presidential election spawned its first wave of odd Super PACs, and we’re starting things on a high note with “Millennials for Jeb.”
Move over, Americans older than 34—the millennials are taking over, and they want to rewrite the Constitution‘s preamble to be short, sweet, and bipartisan. A quintessential aspect of every millennial-oriented campaign is extensive use of social media. Being a curious millennial myself, I quickly added “MILLENNIALS4JEB” on Snapchat and Instagram, as the site sugge
I was met with disappointment. The Snapchat account had no Stories for me to check out, and it didn’t respond to the selfie I sent asking why I should vote Jeb. The Instagram account was equally disappointing; its only picture was a screenshot of the Super PAC’s website. Lame.