Students React to N.H. Voter ID Law (WCAX)


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“In political science, we know that voting becomes habitual. So, if you don’t acquire the habit of voting while you are young, it is less likely that you will acquire it later,” Fowler told WCAX.

Watch the full video, broadcast 9/21/12 by WCAX.

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