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Why younger Oklahomans don't see the point in voting

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Kimberlee Wilson is a senior at Oologah-Talala High School. She recent wrote a guest column entitled "I'm a 17-year-old Oklahoma student and my peers don't see the point in voting." She speaks with Ginnie Graham about why her peers "accept that their votes don’t make a difference," why voter turnout statewide is low, and how things can change.


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