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Young voters turn out in waves for Colorado caucuses

By: STAN BUSH, CBS4
March 7, 2018 Updated: March 7, 2018 at 8:18 am
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Tuesday’s Colorado caucuses are unlikely to settle who will represent the parties in the race for governor, but they are a good indication of who will be on the ground fighting for the candidates. (Courtesy of CBS4 Denver)

DENVER – Tuesday’s Colorado caucuses are unlikely to settle who will represent the parties in the race for governor, but they are a good indication of who will be on the ground fighting for the candidates. The answer, an unprecedented amount of young voters in a midterm.

“Sometimes I feel a little strange. I feel like a lot of people look at me as someone apathetic, but at the same time people listen to what you have to say,” says Cidney Fisk, a University of Denver sophomore who attended a Democratic precinct. “All the activists before me didn’t do everything they did so I can sit at home and not participate in democracy, so I’m not going to waste my right to do this.”

Democrats are hoping young voters participate in droves as the party hopes to retain the governor’s mansion, gain power in the state legislature, and flip the levers of power in Congress.

Read more at denver.cbslocal.com.

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