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Getting young people involved in the voting process has long been a
challenge in America. Eighteen to twenty year-olds have the lowest voter
turnout of any group of citizens. Young people who do vote, however, often
do so because they learned about the importance of elections when they were
kids and they grew to believe it was an honor and a privilege.
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