Young voter turnout may help determine U.S. Senate election outcome

Supporters at a campaign event for Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Cherri Beasley.  (Lorelai Sykes / Carolina Connection)

As November 8 nears, polls suggest North Carolina has one of the closest U.S. Senate elections. Democrat Cheri Beasley and Republican Ted Budd are both campaigning around the state, with Beasley hoping for a big youth voter turnout.

Lorelai Sykes explores the role of students in midterm elections.

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