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ElectionWatch ’04 Youth Vote: Mobilizing from the Grassroots


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The nearly 43,000,000 young Americans between the ages of 18 and 30 comprise about 23% of the electorate. A strong youth turnout at the polls has the potential to swing the presidential elections of 2004. On this edition of Making Contact’s ElectionWatch ’04-a monthly special from the National Radio Project-we conduct a roundtable discussion with young activists and grass-roots organizers about youth voting behavior and efforts to mobilize young people around the 2004 presidential elections.


Hallie Montoya Tansey, League of Pissed off Voters; Luke Swarthout, Massachusetts Student Public Interest Research Group (MASSPIRG) and the New Voters Project; Kirk Clay, National Coalition on Black Civic Participation; Scott Adams, Political Movers and Shakers.

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League of Pissed-Off Voters

Massachusetts Student Public Interest Group (MASSPIRG)


New Voters Project

National Coalition on Black Civic Participation – Washington D.C.

Political Movers and Shakers

Author: Radio Project

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