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Well North Carolina is the only state requiring its high schools to hold voter registration drives.
Some -- are too young to vote now but they're being pre registered for the future Elizabeth crane has warned that thousands who've already been signed up under this program.
-- you have to have the -- to Spain in about three weeks eighteen year old Rebecca Millsap will be voting for the first time.
Ever talks about politics and talk about the way they -- that.
Actually get today and I can actually gets to be heard from your -- has -- Thanks to a very motivated civics teacher -- that's just registered as a new voters between classes and doesn't matter.
Neither conservative doesn't have there a liberal does not Republican Democrat whatever I just -- -- to participate.
Yet registered to vote students Oliver North Carolina are signing up to vote in large numbers because of the unique law that requires voter registration drives and high school campuses had -- turn seventeen.
And actually discretion of the laughs at Penn State representative -- custom sponsored the locked.
We all know the national trend that voter participation -- uses it's pretty well it's pretty pathetic to be honest.
I'm so I hope that this isn't -- to say you know participate -- your government participate.
Since the -- took effect in 2010.
More than 100000.
Teenagers have registered.
An election reform advocacy group says no party is benefited from the crop of new voters.
North Carolina teens are evenly split among Democrats and Republicans.
-- many of them registering as independent.
Fashion and their five state which allows students to pre register but North Carolina.
-- the only state which has a lot requiring high schools to hold these voter registration drives Shannon.
Very -- -- to get involved early on regardless of where -- coming from Elizabeth thank you.
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