UWS students weigh in on the Midterms

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We visited the University of Wisconsin Superior campus, to talk to students about the midterm elections and get a sense of what young voters are focused on when they head to the polling booth.

Many students mentioned issues that were important them such as a women’s right to choose and the potential student loan debt forgiveness.

We learned about the nonpartisan on-campus organization “Jackets Vote” which focuses their efforts on educating students about the election and helps them register and vote.

Election day on the UWS campus looks to be a fun day with activities and help getting to the polling place.