During the last federal election in Canada, a number of very young people were surprised to discover they'd been elected to parliament. So young they had to drop out of university. A number of them have brought tremendous sense, energy and knowledge to the political world here.
For the last 20 years or so, our politicians have generally skewed younger than in the US.
Pretty sure that I don't want the country entirely run by 20 year-olds, but I really like what I'm seeing with the influx of younger politicians.
Older politicians aren't horrible and disgusting by definition, but 50+ is unlikely to be my first choice.
All of them, regardless of age, have to answer my questions if they want my vote.