Voting Rights Act - Richard Pabey African American Politics Prof Ginsberg Voting Rights Act Talk During class time we had the opportunity to attend to a

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Richard Pabey African American Politics Prof. Ginsberg 04/26/2016 Voting Rights Act Talk During class time we had the opportunity to attend to a talk commemorating the 50 th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 where several speakers such as CT representative Jim Hines and others left us with insightful information on how voting used to be before the passage of the voting rights act, how it was after, and how it needs to be modernized. One of the main topics spoken during this time was how the voting decisions affect young people. And the truth is that in the latest elections, more and more young people are starting to vote because the way the economy is managed in this country will affect recent college graduates. This is a reason why so many younger voters came to the polls during the Obama elections, where Obama’s energetic personality caught the attention of young voters. In these elections, it was said that Sanders

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