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Who’s Voting?

Election 2020 Connecticut Voting
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A volunteer holds a sticker to give to a voter at Domus Kids, Inc. polling place on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020, in Stamford, Conn. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill)

Election Day is less than two weeks away.  And efforts to get people ready to vote are still going strong. 

Elections are determined by who shows up to vote.  And activists in Connecticut and New York want to make sure everyone who can participate, does participate.  Especially younger voters.  

One college activist says students may not vote because they believe politics doesn’t reflect them. 

Who’s voting? That’s next on The Full Story. 

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