Although the Republican party is dominated by older Americans, some teenagers and young adults attended the Republican National Convention to represent their state. This story explores the political viewpoints of the youngest generation of Republican voters, and how they may differ from the views of their parents and grandparents. Young Republicans share why they are at the convention and why they consider themselves Republican. Listen to hear from an 18-year old delegate and other young voters in the Republican party.
Story Length: 5:17
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AIR DATE: 07/21/2016