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Working Paper 10: Mobilizing the Latino Youth Vote

by Melissa R. Michelson

January 2004graph

“This paper describes the results of a field experiment aimed at increasing turnout among young Latinos in Fresno, California conducted in the fall of 2002. Canvassers went door-to-door during the final two weekends before Election Day to urge registered young people to go to the polls. Young people of all races/ethnicities were targeted.”

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4 Responses to “Working Paper 10: Mobilizing the Latino Youth Vote”

  1. zygor guides Says:

    It is necessary to encourage young people to be active in voting for election.

  2. Hello Kitty store Says:

    “Young people of all races/ethnicities were targeted” anyway this is a good news for us, at least, we are trying.

  3. VinC Says:

    Young people are the next generation, they are also obligated to shared their mines for the country.

  4. Home Based Business Online Says:

    Young people should be more interested in voting, because is related to their future.

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