TUCSON, Ariz. (KGUN) — Election Day is on Tuesday and voters will be rushing to the polls, many of those being younger voters under the age of 25.
While some younger Arizonans are motivated, others aren’t as excited to partake in the voting process
“I feel like I’m very uneducated when it comes to politics so I just chose not to vote this year,” University of Arizona student Kassandra Gordon said.
Samara Klar, an associate professor at the University of Arizona’s School of Government and Policy said younger people don’t tend to vote because they’re not as impacted by politics.
“As people age they tend to feel more of an impact from politics in their daily lives. They’re paying more taxes, they own property, their kids are in schools,” Klar said.
A far as this year’s…
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