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Voting differently from parents

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“Whom are you voting for?” “My dad said [insert political figure here] was good, so I guess him.”

This is a dialogue that occurs far too often between young adults, and it is these same young adults who often do not end up at the polls.

Many young adults probably do not realize they may have different beliefs than those their parents hold.

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