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(jamelah e.)

DISCUSSION: How Can Presidential Candidates Connect To Young Voters?

For the first time, there are as many Millenials as there are baby boomers– so young people are in a position to make a real difference in this election. How should political candidates engage effectively with young voters? What would be your words of advice to the front-runners who want so badly to appeal to youth?

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(Columbia City Blog)

Meet The Woman Behind Hillary Clinton’s Campaign

Some people are calling 2016 the ‘most important election of our lifetimes’, and it’s easy to see why. Technology is providing venues for new voices to have their say on issues that will have a global impact; the emotions of both the right and the left run high as the country prepares to decide what direction its leadership will take; all while more and more social-media-savvy millennials are reaching voting age.

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For Young CA Voters, Youth Radio App: Know Your Props

There’s one thing about California elections that everyone can agree on: the ballot is confusing with all those props and measures. Sometimes intentionally so! How are first-time voters supposed to be confident about how they vote? Youth Radio Interactive created an app that preps young voters for the polls this midterm season.

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