The Campaign for Youth Justice joins other national organizations and movements in calling for our local communities to vote in local elections—because voting for youth justice matters. While public safety often makes it onto the public polls and local political platforms, we spend little time re-imagining justice for our young people. In fact, three out of four people in local courtrooms—district attorneys, sheriffs, and judges—are all in elected positions. This year, we will spend YJAM raising awareness in states about local government and how their decisions directly affect our daily lives, especially when it comes to policing and the public safety of our most vulnerable population, our children. Join us, and remember to #VoteYouthJustice.