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Don't Go in for the Debate Hype

By, Jacob Smith Monday, September 26, marked the first debate of the 2016 presidential election. The candidates have stirred the media into a frenzy with memes and one-liners that made many debate moments unavoidable across social media. Though the entertainment factor has continued to deliver throughout this election cycle, are millennials seeing the changes they hope to see from their government or settling for the personal attacks between campaigns? We reached out to millennials from both sides just hours before the debate to find out what they had hoped to have seen on the debate stage.
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