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Pro-Clinton millennials could make the difference in the swing state of Florida - but there's a catch

Walter Velasquez stood outside the Student Union near the center of campus, beaded with sweat under a blazing sun, as he cheerily called out to passing students, “Have you updated your voter registration?” Five hours a day, three times a week, the 19-year-old volunteer wields his clipboard at the...
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