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Greg Flakus
August 30, 2012 4:52 PM
A key voting bloc in President Barack Obama's victory four years ago was the youth vote. But his Democratic Party is finding it harder to energize young voters this time around. Young citizens also are beset by economic problems, which Republicans at their national convention say their presidential candidate, Mitt Romney, can fix. VOA's Greg Flakus has more on the youth vote from Tampa, Florida.]]

US Presidential Candidates Court Youth Vote

Greg Flakus

Published August 30, 2012

A key voting bloc in President Barack Obama's victory four years ago was the youth vote. But his Democratic Party is finding it harder to energize young voters this time around. Young citizens also are beset by economic problems, which Republicans at their national convention say their presidential candidate, Mitt Romney, can fix. VOA's Greg Flakus has more on the youth vote from Tampa, Florida.]]


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