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S.C. College Students Find Their Political Voice

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S.C. College Students Find Their Political Voice

S.C. College Students Find Their Political Voice

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Shun Griffin, (left), and Jacqueline Flemons, (right), photographed at South Carolina ETV and Radio studio. Devin Robins, NPR hide caption

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Americans between the ages of 18 and 29 could shake up the presidential race; an estimated 50 million of them will be registered to vote.

Will South Carolina's young voters continue the trend of record turnout?

Farai Chideya talks with three South Carolina college students about their motivation and expectations.

Offering insight are Jacqueline Flemons, a second year law student at the University of South Carolina; Dameone Ferguson, a senior at Voorhees College in Denmark, S.C.; and Shun Griffin, a sophomore at Furman University in Greenville, S.C.

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