In the summer of 2013, author and journalist Miles Howard headed deep into the American landscape to chronicle the lives of young adults as they hacked their way through a recession economy and mountains of debt.

The goal: find out what kind of future Millennial voters want and how they plan to fight for it.

Today, after three years, more than 300 interviews, 4,000 miles of cross country travel, and countless nights spent on couches, Howard presents his keynote findings with The Early Voters. Told as a series of conversations, from the New Hampshire suburbs to the streets of Oakland, The Early Voters is the record of America's largest living generation as it contemplates its agency and its new political power.