Teens see vote as a path to a brighter future

11/3/2008 | Google

Many older teens and young adults who will vote for the first time today are optimistic that their choice can make a difference despite mounting economic hardship. "America's always been the place where dreams come true," said Elizabeth Jimenez, 19. "Our votes can add up, make sure it stays that way."

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