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Working Paper 13: Throwing a Better Party: Local Mobilizing Institutions and the Youth Vote

April 3rd, 2004
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by Daniel M. Shea

April 2004graph

“Political parties seem alive and well in the 21st century—at least at the state and national levels. But are they also vibrant at the local level? Perhaps more important, are local parties doing anything to connect with young voters—anything to bring them into the electoral process in meaningful ways? Also, can some local parties tell us how best to connect with young voters? The goal of this project was to seek answers to these fundamental questions.”

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