Students in Big Ten states could be key to the election

This year’s presidential election might come down to students. More than other large voting blocs, their turnout varies enormously from election to election, and some of the most important swing states have lots of students.The Big Ten schools alone — in states like Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Ohio — will almost certainly influence who sits in the Oval Office in a few months. Same goes for universities in both Arizona and Florida.But during this pandemic year, with so many students not where they expected to be, they face unique challenges in casting their ballots. If they don’t turn...


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