MID Cheshire's Youth Parliament representative is calling for free bus passes for the under 18s.
Fourteen-year-old Carly Fennell, who lives in Winsford, was elected to the post at County Hall in Chester last week.
She and two other Youth Members of Parliament (YMP) - who met six MPs including Mike Hall, Ann Winterton and Stephen O'Brien at County Halll - will work with councillors and police over the next 12 months improving life in our communities.
She said: 'I'm hoping to get free bus passes for everyone under 18.
'I also aim to tackle the discrimination faced by young people because not everyone is a 'yob'.
'We need a more positive attitude and definitely more things to do.'
A record-breaking 14,235 votes were cast by 11 to 18-year-olds in polling booths, youth organisations and on the internet and Cheshire County Council chairman Neville Price said: 'The election results process staged at County Hall was a very special and enjoyable day.
'The number of votes cast is proof that the youth parliament is growing in stature and experience, giving young people an important voice of their own.'
Eddisbury MP Mr O'Brien said: 'I would like to thank all the young people and schools which have participated in the elections to the UKYP.
'My congratulations to Carly Fennell, of Verdin High School, on her success in being elected as the MYP for Mid Cheshire and her deputy, Mattie Leader, 15, from Hebden Green Community School.
'I fully support the youth parliament, which is an excellent way of engaging young people in the democratic process and bringing to the fore the concerns and interests of young people in Cheshire.'