Tuning Out 

There's an entire generation ready to get involved, but our current political climate is leaving them cold

Harvard University recently published its spring survey results, recounting the expected voting preferences for "Millennials" aged 18-29, including college undergraduates. Its findings should signal concern for Republicans and Democrats alike as the November 2014 elections draw near. The survey found that…

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