Young Virginia Operatives Getting Out The Vote

White House rivals Barack Obama and John McCain are focusing their attention on a small group of swing states — and a surge of new voters has made Virginia one of the battlegrounds.

Nearly 250,000 new voters have signed up in Virginia this year, and nearly half of them are 18 to 24 years old. Young Democrats and Republicans are helping to get out the vote in this highly contested state.

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