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Election Tensions Erupt Between Teens

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Election Tensions Erupt Between Teens

Election Tensions Erupt Between Teens

Election Tensions Erupt Between Teens

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As presidential candidates Barack Obama and John McCain throw the final verbal punches at each other, one student sees a similar phenomenon at her small high school. Her classmates won't be able to cast votes this election, but that's not stopping these students in a hotly-contested state from having some heated encounters.

Erin Bilir attends high school in Denver, Colorado. Her essay was produced by Youth Radio.