Election 2008

Student Vote Tricky to Rally During Winter Break

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Presidential hopefuls have been visiting college campuses for months, hoping to turn out the youth vote. But the early dates of the Iowa caucus and New Hampshire primary mean that most students in those states will still be home for winter break.

Atul Nakhasi, president of the College Democrats at the University of Iowa, and Gregory Boguslavsky, a Dartmouth student and chairman of the New Hampshire College Republicans, join Linda Wertheimer to talk about the upcoming election.



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