'Vote for our lives': youth turnout could jump after Parkland shooting

Student activists plan national high school ‘Walkout to Vote’ as NRA spending has fallen significantlyNine months after a school shooting in Florida sparked a series of nationwide protests, there are signs that Tuesday’s election could bring a substantial jump in youth voter participation, as the National Rifle Association’s election spending has dropped dramatically.Student survivors of the February shooting in Parkland, Florida, which left 17 students and teachers dead, have spent months visiting districts across the country with a simple message: “Vote for our lives.” Continue reading...

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