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Drawn to Political Outsiders, California’s Young Voters Face a Test of Commitment

This radio segment produced by KPCC for the California Report examines the impact young people can have at the polls in upcoming primaries—particularly in delegate-rich states like California. Reports show that youth voter turnout has increased in many states, and with Millennials looking for political change in both the Republican and Democratic parties (as evidenced by the popularity of “outsider” candidates like Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders), they may have a good deal of influence in the remaining contests.

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