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  • California still working on getting young voters to cast ballots

    Secretary of State Alex Padilla spoke about voter registration and turnout efforts during an address to community college officials at Woodland Community College on Sept. 19, 2016. More work remains to be done to encourage students to register and vote, he said.

California still working on getting young voters to cast ballots

Secretary of State Alex Padilla spoke about voter registration and turnout efforts during an address to community college officials at Woodland Community College on Sept. 19, 2016. More work remains to be done to encourage students to register and vote, he said.
Jim Miller The Sacramento Bee