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Young Politics

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 Voting among 18 to 24 year olds was the lowest of any demographic in the last federal election. Meet four young Islanders who not only vote but are passionately involved in politics . Corey Stevenson teaches in Montague and is with PEI's youth liberal association. Camille Labchuk is the deputy director of communications for the green party - we reached her in Ottawa, Kate McKenna is with the Conservative Party and Patrick Brunet is woring on the NDP campaign in Charlottetown. Karen Mair spoke with them on Mainstreet. 

 

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we introduced you to four young politically active Islanders. We're going to continue the discussion now with Cory Stevenson , Kate McKenna, Camille Labchuk and Patrick Brunet . We pick up our conversation on the topic of apathy and how to get kids involved. Here's Patrick

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