Younger, More Diverse Voters Reject Presidential Candidatesi
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    Katherine Gypson
    May 04, 2016 12:00 AM
    Many Americans are having trouble getting behind a candidate in this year's presidential election campaign, especially younger voters. VOA’s Katherine Gypson visits a college campus in northern Virginia to learn why younger and more racially diverse potential voters tend to stay away from the ballot box in general elections.

    Younger, More Diverse Voters Reject Presidential Candidates

    Published May 03, 2016

    Many Americans are having trouble getting behind a candidate in this year's presidential election campaign, especially younger voters. VOA’s Katherine Gypson visits a college campus in northern Virginia to learn why younger and more racially diverse potential voters tend to stay away from the ballot box in general elections.


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