Young Voters Targeted for Big Turnout

In Depth

The 42 million 16- to 25-year-olds in the United States will have a major impact on American society as they rise into adulthood. A look at what makes Generation Next different from its predecessors.

Voters under 30 are showing plenty of enthusiasm for a 2008 race that has brought new diversity to presidential politics.

Renee Montagne talks with Heather Smith, executive director of Rock the Vote, about what's on young voters' minds this election season.

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