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Young Republicans Plan Future Outreach, Express Fears

New America Media , Video, Odette Keeley, Michael Siv & Jonathan Sanchez Posted: Nov 06, 2008

Editor's Note: According to CIRCLE, a non-partisan organization quoted in several reports, an estimated 24 million Americans between the ages of 18 to 29 cast their ballots on Nov. 4, marking an increase by at least 2.2 million in youth voter turnout compared to the presidential elections in 2004. Exit polls showed thirty-two percent of them voted for the McCain-Palin ticket.

On the afternoon of election day, Filipino and Hispanic Republican leaders spoke with "New America Now" TV host Odette Keeley, and braced themselves for the possibility of an Obama presidency. But they also say their younger members are as committed as their Democratic counterparts, and will move the party forward. Keeley spoke with them at the election watching party organized by the San Francisco GOP and San Francisco Young Republicans. Odette Keeley hosts and produces video for New America Media's TV program on COMCAST ON DEMAND, "New America Now." Michael Siv and Jonathan Sanchez are video producers for New America Media.


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