Civil Rights And Political Division Driving Two University Of Idaho Teen Students To The Polls
In the past, young eligible citizens have had a low voter turnout, but the 2020 election may be different.
A recent Harvard Kennedy School poll of 18 to 29 year olds found a high proportion of respondents said they will ‘definitely be voting.’ The results suggest this age group could see a higher turnout than has been reported in decades.
We hear from Esther David, 19 and Joseph Tibesar, 18, two University of Idaho students, on why they’re casting a ballot for the first time.
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