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This year, many students are able to vote for president for the first time. Most have chosen to vote by mail, in large part due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic 🗳 Although many LMU students are enthusiastic about their ability to participate in the election, many reported only a mid level of confidence in the fairness and legitimacy of the results. Among the concerns are the safety of in-person voting, low voter turnout and interference or fraud. Students also said they felt unease about Trump’s lack of commitment to a peaceful transfer of power. Voting by young adults could have a huge impact on the election. The deadline to register to vote in California is Oct. 19. Read full story in bio 📩 Graphic: Kate Leahy • Loyolan
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