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2012 for Twentysomethings: A Young Voter's Guide to the 2012 Elections

by Salvator J. La Mastra V

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Overview: Picking a leader at the ballot box can be a difficult choice-it's hard to sort out fact from fiction and doublespeak from sincere promises, especially with the bias in today's media. Salvator J. La Mastra V speaks directly to the voters of his generation, laying out the hot issues and each party's stance upon them for the upcoming election. With our economy floundering and more focus on mudslinging than on solutions, America needs change-and the youth vote can bring that change. 2012 for Twentysomethings helps young voters get out, get informed, and make an educated vote.… (more)
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Overview: Picking a leader at the ballot box can be a difficult choice-it's hard to sort out fact from fiction and doublespeak from sincere promises, especially with the bias in today's media. Salvator J. La Mastra V speaks directly to the voters of his generation, laying out the hot issues and each party's stance upon them for the upcoming election. With our economy floundering and more focus on mudslinging than on solutions, America needs change-and the youth vote can bring that change. 2012 for Twentysomethings helps young voters get out, get informed, and make an educated vote.

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