Are both Democrats and Republicans alienating young voters?

December 2013
Moderate Voice;12/31/2013, p3
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The article focuses on the challenges of two major political parties in the U.S., The Republican Party, also called the GOP and the Democratic Party to woo young generation voters. Topics discussed include image of the Republicans as party of gay marriage and higher education reform and Democrats associated with poor branding and declining positions on social issues. Also mentioned are several suggestions through which both parties can improve their public image.


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