The latest news on young voters
But these kids aren't just knee-jerk lefties. So Republicans can hope they grow to the right.
Young downscale voters still didn't vote at high levels.
Voters under 30 made up 22 percent of the potential electorate but only 10 percent of voters.
But a study says those new voters for Obama are not yet locked in.
Campuses erupted when Obama won the presidency. Student photographers were there to record history.
Obama's victory was overdetermined and underdelivered.
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.