Common Sense Action (CSA) is the first bipartisan advocacy organization of Millennials. Founded in November 2012, CSA brings the next generation of Democrats, Republicans, and independents to the policymaking table on campuses, in statehouses, and in Washington, and it builds a movement of Millennial voters committed to advancing generational fairness, investing in Millennial mobility, and repairing politics.
CSA Announces 17 New Chapters Across 14 States
In November of 2012, CSA started with just one chapter. By August of 2013 we had expanded to 17 chapters in 15 states, and, as we start the fall semester, we are excited to announce that CSA will be on 40 college campuses across 20 states and Washington D.C
With fall full of CSA activities, we welcome our newest chapters: Cornell University, Dickinson College, Delta State University, Florida International University, George Mason University, Georgetown University, Michigan State University, Northwestern University, Occidental College, University of Florida, University of Maine, University of Maryland Baltimore County, University of Mount Union, University of Oklahoma, University of Southern California, University of Tulsa, and the University of Virginia.