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Students Skipping the Polls?

Student loans. Rising tuitions. An unwelcoming job market for college graduates. These are just some of the pressing reasons why college students need to get themselves to the polls. Yet one group of UC San Diego students discovered that only 6% of their student population was registered to vote in the 2010 election.

Not a pretty fact — and something the Student Organized Voter Access Committee (SOVAC) is determine to change. Find out how in this latest edition of “UCTV:Prime Vote – Students, Yes You!” where SOVAC members Dean Searcy and Arshya Sharifian make their case for mobilizing the student vote on UC campuses across the state, and universities throughout the nation.