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Why Young Voters Find It So Hard to Get to the Polls

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It’s disinterest. It’s selfishness. It’s preoccupation with avocado toast. For Americans under 30 — who only recently became the largest voting bloc in the U.S. and are oft-maligned for lack of civic participation — the largest barrier to voting might be 0.6 square inches of aging technology.   “The ‘finding-a-stamp thing’ is sometimes considered a joke, but a lot of young people have never had to mail anything because everything is done online,” said Kei Kawashima-Ginsberg,...

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