Episode No. 36: Abby Kiesa, CIRCLE


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Abby Kiesa is the Youth Coordinator and Researcher for CIRCLE, or the Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement. We connected a little after Super Tuesday, based on some stats about the low percentage of youth that were engaging in the process — and the convo went from there, about 2012, why youth need to be involved, how to get them involved, whether Obama won’t get the youth he got in 2008, the GOP’s problems, and more. We pack a lot into 15 minutes here, so check it out.

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