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Young Voters Learn They Matter

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Young Voters Learn They Matter

Young Voters Learn They Matter

Young Voters Learn They Matter

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In last week's Iowa caucuses, young voter turnout tripled. Will the same happen in New Hampshire today? Here to talk about the youth vote are political consultant Jehmu Greene, who is the former president of Rock the Vote.

She's joined by Melissa Harris Lacewell, professor of political science and African-American studies at Princeton University.

Lacewell is in New Hampshire with two Princeton students, Jacob Aronson and Chris Nenno, who are working for campaigns.

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