Set up a phone bank.
"Phone banking is a form of outreach by political campaigns where volunteers call potential voters to identify supporters, raise funds, get people to attend events, and persuade them to vote for a candidate or a cause." Creating a phone bank, or even simply volunteering for a candidate's campaign, can easily make anyone more politically active. Stepping up and influencing the choice of voters can be the little difference of those few votes won from candidates.
take your views to social media.
In our day and age, teenagers have become more active on social media by reposting about injustice and news around the globe on their stories. To make even more of an impact, speak out on behalf of your candidate's views or even just share a list of voting polls in your area.
get involved in school politics.
If your school offers a Speech and Debate Club or even a U.S. Government class, being part of these classes can be an introduction to the world of politics so that you can learn the basics before going more in-depth on your own. These are also great ways for students to possibly interact with local politicians and gain even more insight.
Contact your representatives
Luckily, there's no minimum age to contact your city council members, state senators, or federal Congress representatives. By doing this, you are confronting issues at hand and while they may not be available to speak in person, messages will always make their way to them through voicemails, written letters and more.