The latest news on young voters
Obama won both Indiana and North Carolina in large part because of voters ages 18 to 29.
According to exit polls, Obama dominated the youth and minority vote.
Midnight revelry sprouts on campuses in Michigan, California, D.C., Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Wisconsin.
In his victory speech at Grant Park, Obama echoed Abraham Lincoln and Martin Luther King Jr.
Young voters don't ordinarily turn out, but this year they might.
Bad news keeps coming in, and he did himself no favors in the debate.
Register at parents' home? At school? Students get conflicting advice.
The hip hop king has a program to engage kids in politics.
Lawsuit alleges that voter-registration rules in this swing state could disenfranchise young people.
Damn kids these days are unpollable!