Thirty Under Thirty – 2014
The Red Alert Politics annual “30 Under 30” list highlights young, right-of-center people who are making a difference on their campuses and in their communities. Honorees are selected based on the positive impact they have had on the conservative movement.
To help feature this year’s honorees, names were unveiled 10 at a time, chosen randomly, on a rolling basis. The announcements were made July 8, July 15, and July 22.
Winners were selected by the Red Alert Politics staff based on multiple criteria showing that the honorees had:
Made a demonstrable difference in promoting right-of-center ideals, whether as elected officials, political activists or operatives, community or campus leaders, journalists, or others at a local, state or national level;
Affected positive change that has meaning beyond Washington, D.C.;
Proved themselves as emerging leaders in their areas of influence;
Earned the respect of peers for having shown good character and work-ethic;
Been respectful and respectable ambassadors of the Millennial generation;
Been under the age of 30 prior to July 1, 2014.
“Now in its third year of existence, the ’30 Under 30′ list is building an impressive group of alumni and current honorees that demonstrates the depth of talent and leadership among right-of-center youth,” Red Alert Politics Editor Chris Deaton said. “The roster comprises individuals who are not only influencing conversations and actions inside circles of political power, but are using their work to engage young adults and Americans outside the Beltway.
“To the nominators, nominees and others involved with the process: thank you. There are numerous young Republicans, conservatives and libertarians making a tangible difference in society, and ’30 Under 30′ is an excellent — an invaluable — showcase for their efforts.”
To see photos of some of this year’s honorees in Washington, D.C., visit our Facebook page here.
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